Korean style kimchi has gained superstar status in the kitchen.
Kimchi is prized for its nutritional benefits. Because kimchi is a vegetable-based dish, it contains ample fiber, vitamins, and minerals, and is low in calories.
It is served with almost every meal, including breakfast. Not only is kimchi eaten by itself as a side dish or appetizer but it is also used as an ingredient in a variety of dishes. The fermented food is also used to flavour fried rice, stir-fry dishes, noodles, sandwiches, and even pizza.