Water dropwort

Minari 미나리

water dropwort

Water dropwort has crisp stems and leafy tops and an herbal flavor; it’s sold in the vegetable section of Korean grocery stores. Fresh minari is not always available, so when I see it, I buy it straight away. It wilts quickly, so be sure to use it within a few days.

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minari (water drop wort: 미나리)

Wrap the minari in a sheet of newspaper or paper towels, put it in a plastic bag, and keep it in the refrigerator until ready to use.

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Recipes that use water dropwort (minari):

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15 Comments:

  1. nisyz Malaysia joined 6/12 & has 1 comment

    Hi guys. If you’re from Malaysia or Singapore, water dropwort is called daun selom here, you can easily get it at the morning market. In Indonesia I believe it’s called tespong. Hope that helps

  2. marivasconcelos São Paulo, Brazil joined 6/18 & has 1 comment

    Hi Maangchi!
    First of all, I want to tell you that I love your channel on youtube! <3
    The second thing, it's that i did the your kimchi recipe's for the first time and it's amazing :) I love kimchi (it's how i got in your channel, searching for kimchi recipe's).
    But when i bought the bunchu and the minari just sells in some large amount, now i don't know other recipes to do with bunchu or minari :/ Can you help? Can i eat them like salad?
    Thaankkss
    xoxo from Brazil

  3. kfishing United States joined 9/12 & has 4 comments

    Hi maangchi,

    I am wondering it Chinese celery is the same thing or can be used as a sub in the spicy fish and seafood soup you have made. I have not been able to find this water dropwort. Thank you so much!

  4. Linkelbell Simgapore joined 11/10 & has 5 comments

    Hi, Maangchi,
    I can’t get water dropwort and Ssukgat in singapore, Is there any herbs or veggi I can substitute for water dropwort and Ssukgat???

  5. lily& has 2,257 comments

    안녕하세요.

    돌미나리는 영어표기가 어떻게 되는지 궁금해요. 아시면 알려주세요!

  6. Maangchi New York City joined 8/08 & has 11,657 comments

    Marc,
    hehe, just skip it then. It will still be delicious!

  7. Marc& has 2,257 comments

    Hi Maangchi,
    I would like to make maeuntang. What can be used in place of minari?

    Thank you for the recipes!

  8. Maangchi New York City joined 8/08 & has 11,657 comments

    Sagua,
    I don’t think so. Chinese parseley and minari are different. I think you can find “water dropwort”(minari) at a Korean grocery store.

  9. Sagua& has 3 comments

    Hi Maangchi,

    I wanted to make Spicy Fish soup and wonder whether Minari refers to Chinese Parsley? Is it a very fragrant plant used widely by Vietnamese?

    Cheers,
    Sagua

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