Treat yourself and family or guests like royalty. The two dishes here, along with a variety of Korean ban chan dishes were served in the Korean Royal courts.
Gujeolpan, "Platter of nine delicacies" or Dish of nine dishes may have originated with the Royal Court of the Joseon period in Korea. This dish is actually named for the serving tray that the food is presented on, a covered tray segmented into eight outer sections and one center section.
The tray may be a simple but elegant lacquered wooden dish, or an elaborate affair of jade and jewels.
I posted a recipe for Gujeolpan in this thread:
And also in the member recipe section here:
For those who wish to get really fancy -
This recipe is one version of Sinseollo "Food of the Mountain Gods"
The picture below is an example of an actual Gujeolpan/Sinseollo meal.
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