Korean cooking forum topics:
Lately I’ve been interested in cooking Korean cuisine a lot. I’m actually Filipino-Chinese but I absolutely love Korean food and it’s a good thing that there are a lot of Korean restaurants and grocery stores here in Manila. I was just wondering if you can post a recipe for Jellyfish salad and a soup called Songetang (I’m not sure if it’s right- it’s a milky white soup with beef in it) hahaha. I’m also wondering what brand of gochujang paste you usually use.
the dishes sounds delicious. would be interested in the recipe too.
It seems like you are talking about sullungtang.
Here is a recipe – It doesn’t seem too clear though. Make the most of it till Maangchi posts a real recipe >_<. Cellophane noodles refers to the noodles Maangchi uses for the jobchae recipe!
I’ve never had jellyfish before. I’ve seen the salted strips of jellyfish packed away in huge barrels to be purchased per pound at the Atlanta markets, but I was never bold enough to buy some. It has a very, very strong aroma in its salted state. I wonder if the finished product is as pungent or if the process of “cooking” eliminates the odor?
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