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This is my recipe for dak-bokkeumtang, or spicy braised chicken, also called dakdoritang. Many people have requested this dish over the years.
This video was filmed in Amsterdam with Sarah Moore as part of my Gapshida project. She emailed me: “I really want to learn dak-doritang, Maangchi. When I lived in Korea when I was young, I always used to eat it at a Korean restaurant. I miss the taste and the smell.” The camera person is Sarah’s friend Rei Nilde, who’s an artist.
Sarah and I made dak-bokkeumtang for this video and also our potluck party later. The video shows how we served a large group, and everybody enjoyed it with rice, as well as the amazing side dishes that they brought. All of us became good friends even though most of us were meeting for the first time.
I was thrilled when I read a recent email from Sarah: “…Guess what? Seeing you pursue your dreams and travelling the world with your Gapshida project really inspired me to start making more art and putting it online. I opened a little Etsy shop and I want to start working on a design/art blog :) to share visual inspiration.”
Cooking time: 45 minutes to 1 hour
Posted Wednesday, December 28th, 2011 at 11:43 pm
Tagged: braised chicken, braised chicken with potatoes, chicken recipes, dakbokeumtang, dakbokkeum, Dakbokkeumtang, dakdoritang, daktoritang, delicious, 닭도리탕, gapshida, Gapshida recipe, korean food, Korean kitchen, Korean recipes, Korean spicy chicken, Maangchi recipes, Maangchi travel cooking, spicy braised chicken, spicy braised chicken with potatoes, travel recipes
Originally posted on December 28, 2011 at 11:43 pm by Maangchi.
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