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Dubu kimchi

Dubu kimchi
Dubu Kimchi
Korean name
Hangul 두부 김치
Revised Romanization Dubu gimchi
McCune–Reischauer Tubu kimch'i

Dubu kimchi is a Korean dish consisting of sauteed kimchi served with tofu.[1] Boiled or pan-fried sliced tofu and the kimchi are often prepared with sliced pork.[2] Despite the name of the dish, the tofu is not fermented into kimchi.

The dish is a popular anju (a side dish consumed with alcohol).[2]


  • Ingredients 1
  • Nutrition 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Ingredients for dubu kimchi with pork:[2]

  • tofu
  • kimchi
  • sliced pork or pork belly
  • onion
  • scallions
  • ginger
  • garlic
  • soy sauce
  • sesame oil
  • sugar
  • gochujang


Normally, protein is the largest nutrition of dubu kimchi.[3]

Calory(kcal) Protein(g) Calcium(mg) Fe(mg) Vitamin A(re) Cholesterol(mg)
200 12 235 3.3 70 2

See also


  1. ^ "Tofu and Sauteed Kimchi (Dubu Kimchi) Recipe". Retrieved 16 April 2013. 
  2. ^ a b c "Dubu kimchi, (tofu with stir-fried kimchi and pork)". The Korea Herald. 2013-03-08. Retrieved 16 April 2013. 
  3. ^ from Korea food and nutrition foundation including table

External links

  • Dubu Kimchi recipe
  • Recipe from LA Times
  • Dubu Kimchi recipe
  • (Korean) 두부김치 조리법 at Chosun Ilbo
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