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I’m very excited to introduce you to this popular Korean side dish, “godeungeo-mujorim,” which is braised mackerel and radish in soy sauce based broth. Along with grilled mackerel, this is the most popular way of cooking mackerel in Korean cuisine.
I love not only the fish but also the cooked radish. The texture of the cooked radish is soft, juicy, and a little sweet and salty. When you cook this dish, expect your house to be full of a delicious aroma that might lead your neighbors to knock at your door and say with sniff sniff:
“Where does this delicious smell come from? It makes me go crazy! uh? Is this mackerel? Holy mackerel! It looks so tasty! Can you share some with me?”
For 4 servings
Cooking time: 50-60 minutes
Prepare 2 medium sized fresh or frozen mackerel (750 grams, or 1.7 pounds). Thaw them out if frozen.
Prepare your vegaetables:
Let’s make godeungeo jorim:
Posted Monday, August 29th, 2011 at 11:37 am
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Originally posted on August 29, 2011 at 11:37 am by Maangchi
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