Korean-style carrot (Морковь по-корейски) is a Koryo-saram variant of carrot salad and Kimchi. Koryo-saram (ethnic Koreans located in post-Soviet Russia) created the dish as they did not have supplies of Napa cabbage, the main ingredient in traditional Kimchi. The dish is found throughout post-Soviet Russia today. It is known as Koreyscha Sabzili Salat in Uzbekistan.
- Encyclopedia of Food and Culture, Volume 3, Solomon H. Katz and William Woys Weaver. Scribner, 2003, page 282
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