How To Make Kimchi Grilled Cheese, Creamy Kimchi Spaghetti, And More
In case you've been fighting the urge to get totally caught up in the Hallyu wave (which only seems to have been magnified by being in quarantine), we're about to make it harder for you to resist. But for good reason: did you know that eating kimchi actually comes with a huge variety of health benefits?
Not only does it contain probiotics (just like Yakult!), it's also a good source for vitamins A, K, and C, at least 10 different minerals, and over 34 amino acids. This means is could help strengthen the immune system and aid in metabolism, according to a report on Healthline.
If you're looking for variety, we've got you covered. Here are different ways we found online to add more kimchi to your diet (as long as you do so in moderation of course, too much of a good thing is never ideal!):
Kimchi Mac and Cheese
*According to one commenter, you may opt to fry the kimchi in butter first to make it slightly caramelized! Yum.
Kimchi Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Kimchi Sushi Bake
*Main image for illustration purpose only
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