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Perilla Kkaetnip Namul (깻잎나물) is the green color of the samsaek namul.  Spinach or Dropwart ( minari 미나리) is also used for the green namul.  Full of special sesame and pungent flavor of the leaf it is a favorite namul in Korea.  | Kimchimari.com

Korean perilla or kkaetnip namul is slightly blanched and then tossed in oil. Great topping for bibimbap but also delicious on its own as Korean banchan.

Perilla (sesame) leaf! My mother in laws makes these for me! They are my favorite! Obviously a little different.

Perilla Leaves Kimchi - will make this summer after the Perilla plant has grown.

Recipe: Korean perilla in soy sauce (kkaennip jangahjji)

Kkaennip-jangajji

Beyond Kimchee: Korean spinach my way, Popeye! where are you?

vegan korean food webpage with multiple recipes

Sesame-Seasoned Spinach | EatingWell Magazine

Sesame-Seasoned Spinach

Simply Seasoned Korean Spinach Salad (Sigeumchi Namul) @My Korean Kitchen

Simply Seasoned Korean Spinach Salad

In Korean restaurant, usually bulgogi or bbq serves with green vegetables (lettuce and sesame leaves). It's for eating as "Ssam". Ssam is a Korean style wrap. Usually ssam is rice and other ingredients wrapped in leafy greens.

In Korean restaurant, usually bulgogi or bbq serves with green vegetables (lettuce and sesame leaves). It's for eating as "Ssam". Ssam is a Korean style wrap. Usually ssam is rice and other ingredients wrapped in leafy greens.

Goma Ae sauce - for cooked spinach, cuke salad, asparagus, cooked noodle salad, etc. - sesame, tahini, sweetener, soy sauce - use in small amounts or adjust soy for low sodium - goboroot.com

Spinach Goma Ae (Sesame Dressing) would be even BETTER when made with Mahoney Foods LLC tahini!

How to make Kkaenip Namul, Seasoned Perilla Leaves | Crazy Korean Cooking

Easy Authentic Korean recipe for Kkaenip Namul, Seasoned Perilla Leaves with step-by-step photos and tips

Kkaenip recipe

Spicy Kkaennip Kimchi made from fresh perilla leaves! A unique and simple-to-make type of Korean side dish (banchan).

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