Bone soup recipe sulungtang

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  • #49119

    dleehall
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    I Tried to make this soup but it did not look like as white as what I have seen on the Internt

    I may not used the right bones >>>

    Any advice is welcomed

    David

    #52840

    For me the best bones are from the leg of the cow.

    Did you bring your pot to a boil for 20 to 30 minutes then dump the water and wash the bones? This step gets rid of the blood.

    If you did that then did you bring your bones to a boil and not a simmer? You need to boil them for a few hours. This pulls the marrow out of the bones.

    James

    #52841

    Sylvia
    Member

    With all this flu worry, I think we should learn to make sul lung tang.

    I’ve never even had sul lung tang, but I used to see it premade in the market in Chicago now I wish I had tried it.

    #52842

    meagang33
    Member

    I am trying to find any recipies containing sulnongtang, mandukuk or jjige. I have the noodles and would like to use them appropriately.

    Thank you

    #52843

    For sulnongtang use some beef bones and follow this meathod.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAjcqrxYBzM

    #52844

    Thank you! Sooooooo making this!!!! :D

    #52845

    Maangchi
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    My ox bone soup (seolleongtang) recipe is on line!

    http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/ox-bone-soup

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