If you love Korean food, you’re going to love this! Visit 99 Ranch Market in Northern California, Oregon and Washington from September 24th to October 7th for our Korean Food Festival, which is jointly organized by 99 Ranch Market and Korean aT Center. During this time, some of our favorite Korean foods and snacks will be put in the spotlight. So if you’ve been wanting to try something new, this is your chance!
From Kimchi to BBQ marinade, we’ll have it all! This is the perfect time for you to try grilling Korean style meats at home. All you need to do is visit our fresh meat section to choose proteins of your choice, and then marinade it with Cj BBQ Sauce. Letting your meat marinate for at least 30 minutes will give it the best flavor! Another must have in your KBBQ dinner is Kimchi and bean pastes! Any kind of Kimchi adds a nice spicy and tangy bite to your meal. Having something like this during your meal can actually help you eat more. Since eating a lot of KBBQ can feel a bit heavy and greasy, restart your palate with a bite of Kimchi. If you like dipping your KBBQ in different sauces try Ssamjang, which is a spicy fermented bean paste. Try making a mix of Ssamjang, minced garlic, chopped green onion, and some sesame oil for a delicious umami dipping sauce! During our promotion, Hanasia has multiple varieties of Kimchi and bean pastes available for you to buy.
Lettuce wraps are always a popular method of eating when you have KBBQ. The freshness and crunch from the lettuce pairs wonderfully with the grilled meats. If you want to wrap your meats in something else besides lettuce, be sure to grab a pack of Hanasia Roasted Seaweed. These are perfect for you to wrap your Kimchi and meats in or just as a small snack.
Speaking of snacks, this festival is the perfect opportunity for you to try out different Korean snacks. If you’re into sweet treats then Orion’s Chocopie and Custard cakes are a go-to. If you prefer salty snacks, we have you covered too! Try out Hai-Tai Honey Butter Chips or Orion Turtle Corn Soup Chips. Both of these are deliciously sweet while also savory. The idea of a corn soup flavored chip might sound odd at first, but once you start eating – it’s hard to stop.
Have you tried Tteok-bokki before? If you don’t know what that is then here’s your chance to practice your cooking skills while also trying out a new food! Generally speaking, Tteokbokki is stir-fried rice cakes in a sweet, savory, and spicy sauce. Sometimes people add in other toppings like fishcakes, noodles, and even an egg. Using Hanasia’s rice cakes and their Spicy Rice Cake Sauce, you can cook up an easy meal for yourself. The best part about these kinds of meals is that you can add anything you want to eat. If you want to add some extra protein, throw in some cubed pieces of Spam to boost your dinner!
Whether you’re repurchasing some of your favorite Korean foods or trying some things for the first time, there’s something here at 99 Ranch that you’ll love. Mark your calendars, because you don’t want to miss our Korean Food Festival! Remember, this lasts from September 24th to October 7th at our Northern California, Oregon and Washington Locations.
For details, please visit your local 99 Ranch Market in Northern California, Oregon and Wahsinton state, or log into our mobile APP.
NEWS & EVENTS, BLOG, UPCOMING EVENTS | September 23rd, 2021