Fried Seaweed Roll with Dukbokki

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    Muichih
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    Hi! i once had a fried seaweed roll with some kind of noodles in it and batter on the outside. It was served with a dukbokki dish that had cheese. the sauce didn’t taste like the spicy gochujang sauce that its typically made from… it tasted more like tomato with some gochujang, but i’m not sure. can you help post a recipe? especially for the Fried Seaweed Roll. what is it called in Korean?

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    koralex90
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    Hmm, it seems you had a unique dukbokki dish that you can only get in that restaurant. :/ Since you say it’s tomatoey, it seems like it’s an invention of the restaurant.

    But the fried seaweed rolls are called 김말이 (kim mal ri).

    http://kitchenimg.naver.com/upload/recipe/20090317103521_zXVjKqEF.jpg

    http://www.foodncafe.com/swfupload/UpLoad/217f30f543545cee048d8e47d5a7fdb9.jpg

    It is usually served with ddeokboki and mixed in its red sauce. I’m not so sure how to make it though.. Hopefully someone knows!

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