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I’m introducing 2 kinds of Korean tofu side dishes to you today! (the other dish in the video is Dubu-ganjangjorim).
When I lived in Canada, I often went to a farmer’s market on the weekend. It was in a big building, and in the basement there was a store where people were lining up every weekend up to buy some special tofu.
My friend was a regular customer at the store, so she let me taste it when she bought it. I was very surprised! Firstly, because it was so expensive, and secondly because it was a very simple tofu recipe. They were selling the tofu cubed and cooked with sauce for $7.99! The sauce was made with soy sauce and sugar or maple syrup.
It seemed like a very easy recipe to make. I took my friend to a Korean store and bought a package of tofu for 99 cents. We came home and we cooked it together. She was very happy and since that time, she has been doing all kinds of experiments with her favorite tofu side dish. She invents her own sauce these days. : )
Tofu is pronounced as “doo boo” in Korean. If you say doo boo in front of Koreans, they will be impressed!
A whole package of tofu cut into 20 pieces
If you make this with a whole package of tofu, double the sauce ingredients
Posted Thursday, September 10th, 2009 at 10:49 am
Tagged: dububuchim, dubujorim, 두부부침, glazed tofu, korean food, Korean recipes, Korean tofu side dish, pan fried tofu, side dish, vegetarian food, yangnyeomjang tofu 두부부침 양념장
Originally posted on September 10, 2009 at 10:49 am by Maangchi.
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