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This video was made for YouTube’s NextUp program. They asked me to make something that explains my background, my goals, and what I expect to learn from the YouTube Creator’s camp. It’s supposed to be short and reflect my interests and personality, so I chose a simple and delicious mungbean sprout side dish recipe called sukjunamul.
I learned this recipe from my mom. I called her this morning in California to get some of the background behind it, or to get any interesting story relating to the dish.
I said: “Mom, my next video recipe is sukjunamul. Where did you learn this recipe? Do you have any story relating to sukjunamul?”
My mom replied: “Oh~, sukjunamul! When I go to a Korean buffet with my friends, I always make bibimbap with sukjujanmul, mushrooms… oh such delicious and healthy food!”
I listened to her story about her buffet choice and with whom she went, but I still didn’t get the answer!
“Mom, mom… that’s not my question! Where did you learn the recipe? Do you remember?”
My mother laughed, and said: “Oh, ho ho, ho! I don’t remember. All over Korea?”
My mom is so cute when she gets older. After hanging up the phone, I felt a little guilty for being rude. I should have been more patient and I should be nicer to her.
I always make my sukjunamul this way. It’s a simple and easy recipe, and delicious! Just as my mom said, when it’s mixed with a few more vegetables, rice, hot pepper paste, and sesame oil, it’s even more delicious!
(for 2-4 servings):
Mung bean sprouts, salt, garlic, green onion, cucumber, sesame seeds, and sesame oil
Posted Monday, May 2nd, 2011 at 1:21 am
Tagged: 녹두나물, 숙주나물, korean food, Korean kitchen, Maangchi's global cooking show, Maangchi's Nextup, Maanghi is YouTube Nextup, mungbean sprout side dish, nokdunamul, side dish, vegetarian side dish, YouTube Nextup
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