Nine Delicious Dishes of Boryeong
Cheonbuk Roasted Oyster
Oysters from Cheonbuk district grow slowly due to a difference of tidewater, but they are excellent in taste and nutrients. Oyster roasteds on charcoal in the winter will make you forget about cold weather.
Sahyeon-ri, in Nampo-myeon, has land suitable for cultivating grapes. Their good flavor and taste is due to lots of sugar found in grapes, and they are popular with consumers. The frequency of agricultural chemicals has been reduced and early harvests by as much as 20 days owe to high cultivating technology.
Its chewy texture is above description when eaten with sweet hot bean paste. Other applications are fried octopus, raw octopus, combined with added ingredients and octopus casserole.
Seasoned Stingray with Vegetables
Fresh stingray caught off the West Coast with cucumber and sesame provide chewy textures with sour and sweet tastes, attracting many gourmets.
Blue Crab Stew
Crab is a digestive material and provides a clean taste because it has low fat and abundant proteins, so it is good for growing children, weak or the elderly. Other applications are pickled crab and smothered crab.
Boryeong Natural Laver
Made from top quality materials produced from the clean West Sea, it keeps crisp with a sweet flavor and taste long. Good laver has lots of protein and tastes good.
Pen Shell Cuisine
Pen Shell from Ocheon Port of Boryeong is rich in protein, amino acids, and iron, preventing anemia and arteriosclerosis, and is good for the skin.Pen Shell is served roasted, in stews, mixed in salads, in shabu-shabu, porridge, or fried.
Fresh clams from Boryeong, such as scallops, pen shells, conchs, shrimp, cockles, and abalone, and various seafood directly grilled on a grill, offering a variety of fresh seafood.
Various seafood adds sea scent and the fun of eating with chewy noodles. With its cool soup and clean taste, anyone of all ages can eat healthy and deliciously.