Native to South Korea, it's a side dish made from fermented napa cabbage and daikon radish, and tends to be served with everything. And I mean everything. From an accompaniment to traditional Korean dishes like bibimbap and bulgogi, to being mixed with more Western foods like hamburgers (yes, hamburgers) and even pizza (!!!), its explosive flavor takes almost any meal to a new level.
And as if there wasn't enough reason to love it, it's process of being lacto-fermented means that it is packed full of health probiotics to help aid digestion, and boost your immune system.
There are over 300 variations of kimchi, which makes it difficult to know just where to start learning how to make this dish. Luckily, our infographic is on hand to help out. Here is one kimchi recipe to rule them all.
Infographic by: theonlinegrill.com