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Hello foodies! : )
How are you doing in these hot summer days?
How about making this cold eggplant soup side dish?
When you serve this side dish for your family and friends in a glass or ceramic bowl with some ice cubes floating on top, it will be the first thing they try out of everything on the table. Who could resist this ice-cold looking soup?
Personally I love the texture of steamed eggplant, so I love any dishes are made from it. I posted my gajinamul (seasoned steamed eggplant side dish) a few years ago, which has been loved by many of my readers. But sometimes I am also told: “Maangchi, I love it but my children don’t like eggplant.” If so, I recommend replacing gaji (eggplant) with their favorite ingredients like broccoli, bok choi, or cucumber. Check out my cold cucumber soup recipe, too.
Let me know if you invent your own Korean style cold soup side dish made with your favorite ingredient. You can say, “I made […ingredient…] naengguk.”
Let’s enjoy gaji-naengguk together before this summer is gone.
Oh, some of you may ask me: “Can I make it in the winter?”
“Yes, you can! Why not!” That’s my answer.
Posted Wednesday, August 1st, 2012 at 2:57 pm
Tagged: cold eggplant soup, eggplant recipes, 가지냉국, 냉국, gajinaengguk, Korean eggplant, korean food, Korean food blog, korean food blogger, Korean kitchen, Korean recipes, Korean side dish recipes, Korean vegetarian food, Maangchi recipes, naengguk, side dish, summer dish, vegetarian recipes
Originally posted on August 1, 2012 at 2:57 pm by Maangchi.
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