Posted Tuesday, September 30th, 2008 at 7:16 am
Tagged: 미나리, korean food, korean ingredients, water drop wort
I am wondering it Chinese celery is the same thing or can be used as a sub in the spicy fish and seafood soup you have made. I have not been able to find this water dropwort. Thank you so much!
Chinese celery sounds great to me. And Chinese basil will also work well.
Thank you i found the water dropwort in my store it was called Minari. I found it by staring at the picture you posted for like 10 min and then went back to the store and found it!
I can’t get water dropwort and Ssukgat in singapore, Is there any herbs or veggi I can substitute for water dropwort and Ssukgat???
돌미나리는 영어표기가 어떻게 되는지 궁금해요. 아시면 알려주세요!
hehe, just skip it then. It will still be delicious!
hi good day!im one of your fan in youtube i learned
a lot of korean food bcoz of you!and i want to thank you so much for your helpful site! i just want to ask about if i can make a sidedish out of waterdropwort
please im looking forward to read your answer soon!More power! Thank you so much
You could make minari muchim. Check my spinach side dish recipe. Replace spinach with your water dropwart (minari). More minari recipes will be posted later. http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/sigumchi-namul
I would like to make maeuntang. What can be used in place of minari?
Thank you for the recipes!
I don’t think so. Chinese parseley and minari are different. I think you can find “water dropwort”(minari) at a Korean grocery store.
I wanted to make Spicy Fish soup and wonder whether Minari refers to Chinese Parsley? Is it a very fragrant plant used widely by Vietnamese?
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