In Germany: "Fuchs Chili Flocken" instead of Korean Red pepper flakes???

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  • #50160

    San
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    Hi,

    so this weekend I made my first ever batch of (emergency) kimchi and it was delicious.

    That being said I had a few troubles getting the ingredients, unfortunately my asia store didn’t have the korean red pepper flakes. (They had one pack but it was expired!) So I bought “Chili Flocken” from Fuchs, which you get in any normal german supermarket, a 60g bag for ca 3€. Since I had no idea how this would turn out, I only used HALF the amount of what Maanghie’s recipe called for (half of a 1/3 cup)!!

    As I’ve said, it turned out fine. So in a kimchi emergency in Germany you can use those Chili Flocken and you’ll only need half of what the recipe calls for. Which is practical considering the price. ;)

    Enjoy.

    #54814

    Maangchi
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    Thank you very much for posting your tips here! It will be a big help for those who can’t buy hot pepper flakes in Germany!

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