Dried Pollock soup

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  • #49987

    Josie
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    I followed the ingredients as in the video but my soup had a slight bitter medicine aftertaste. Does anyone have an idea what could have gone wrong or is it supposed to have that bitter medicine aftertaste?

    #54609

    Maangchi
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    Josie,

    Check out the taste of your dried pollock strips. As you see the recipes, the ingredients for the soup are very simple: dried pollock, water, sesame oil, garlic, radish, and salt or fish sauce.

    Dried pollock strips go bad easily if you don’t keep them in the freezer. It should taste a little sweet when you chew it.

    #54610

    Maangchi
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    Josie,

    Check out the taste of your dried pollock strips. As you see the recipes, the ingredients for the soup are very simple: dried pollock, water, sesame oil, garlic, radish, and salt or fish sauce.

    Dried pollock strips go bad easily if you don’t keep them in the freezer. It should taste a little sweet when you chew it.

    #54611

    Maangchi
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    Josie,

    Check out the taste of your dried pollock strips. As you see the recipes, the ingredients for the soup are very simple: dried pollock, water, sesame oil, garlic, radish, and salt or fish sauce.

    Dried pollock strips go bad easily if you don’t keep them in the freezer. It should taste a little sweet when you chew it.

    #54612

    Josie
    Member

    Thank you! I will check the dried pollock when I buy it and make sure it is good….

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