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    jimfro
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    Hi, thank you for all of your recipes and videos….i taught in korea for three years and fell in love with the food. there was a wonderful chicken dish I loved eating. It was chicken pan fried in a hot and spicy sauce and near the end chopped cabbage was added and cooked for a few more minutes.Any idea of what this dish is called and if so can you provide the recipe! thanks for all you do!!

    #51656

    Maangchi
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    jimfro,

    I think the chicken dish is “dakgalbi”(닭갈비). Check this out

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dakgalbi

    If it’s not what you are looking for, let us know.

    dakgalbi is already included in the list of my future cooking recipe video.

    #51657

    sparksals
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    The first thing I thought of was Dak Torey Tung – It is made in a sizzling skillet on the table, chicken, spices, veggies etc. are added while cooking as well as hot chili sauce. It’s one of my favourite Korean dishes. My husband and I had that on our first date in Seoul.

    #51658

    namu
    Member

    sparksals,

    Our family also love Dakdoritang, we had it in South Korea few weeks ago, very very yummy.

    Maangchi

    Is it possible to teach us Dakdoritang?

    I have tried a recipe I found on the net but it just did not taste like the very red and spicy Chicken and Potatoes stew we had in South Korea.

    #51659

    Maangchi
    Participant

    sure, dakdoritang! By the way, these days it’s called “dakbokkeum”. My dakdoritang recipe is very simple. I just use chicken, spicy seasoning, potatoes, and onion. That’s what i learned from my grand mother. I will post the video recipe later. Thank you!

    #51660

    Chris
    Participant

    Sounds like Dalk Galbi. A personal favorite. Tried making it at home using gochujang but something was missing. There is something else in the sauce. Would love to know. Thanks!!

    #51661

    Moxiesoup
    Member

    Any chance you’ll post the dakbokkeum recipe soon? I’ve got a friend craving it ;)

    #51662

    Maangchi
    Participant

    My dakgalbi recipe was posted today! http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/dakgalbi

    And dakbokkeumtang recipe is here: http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/dakbokkeumtang

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