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A few years ago, when I taught a cooking class at Whole Foods in New York, golbaengi-muchim was one of the recipes on the menu. After finishing the class, I asked them which dish was the most delicious and the one they wanted to make as soon as they went home. Golbaengi-muchim came in second on next to Korean grilled beef ribs (LA galbi). I didn’t expect this dish to be so popular with my students, but it always is.
You can get a can of golbaengi (whelks) at a Korean grocery store, but if it’s not available in your area, you can replace it with any of your favorite seafoods: clams, mussels, scallops, or shrimps. You can serve this as a side dish to rice or noodles, and it’s also good party food. Make it ahead of time and keep it in the fridge. When your guests come, cook the noodles. When you’re ready to eat, place the noodles on a large plate and add golbaengi-muchim over top and sprinkle some sesame seeds. They’ll love it.
Are you going to a potluck party and you’re thinking about making this dish? Yes, that’s a great idea because it will be the most popular dish there! I once brought this to a potluck party in a park. I made sure my golbaengi-muchim, cooked noodles, disposable plastic gloves, sesame seeds, and a large plate were all kept separate. Carrying these 5 things separately is very important, because it keeps them fresh and delicious, and you’ll get lots of attention from the people at the party when you prepare it! When everybody was ready to eat, I put the plate on the table and added the noodles and golbaengi-muchim on top, and sprinkled sesame seeds.
I’m looking forward to hearing your golbaengi-muchim story! : )
Whelk (sea snail), cucumber, carrot, onion, green onions, garlic, green chili pepper, red chili pepper, salt, hot pepper flakes, hot pepper paste, honey, sugar, sesame oil, roasted sesame seeds, noodles.
Cooking time: 30 mins
Let’s make sweet sour spicy sauce in a bowl:
Posted Monday, November 28th, 2011 at 7:57 am
Tagged: 골뱅이, 골뱅이무침, golbaengi, Golbaengi muchim, korean food, Korean kitchen, Korean recipes, Maangchi recipes, seasoned whelks, side dish, spicy food, spicy whelks, spicy whelks with noodles, whelk recipes
Originally posted on November 28, 2011 at 7:57 am by Maangchi.
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