Pine needles

Solip 솔잎

Korean cuisine has a strong tradition of foraging, and for some recipes we use pine needles for flavor and aroma. You can use whatever is available to you, where ever you can find it. I got mine in Central Park!

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pine needles

pine needles

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10 Comments:

  1. Inches Chicago joined 6/16 & has 11 comments

    I saw some Korean language videos on doenjang making that used pine needles along with the jujube and red pepper and charcoal during fermenting.

    Can you use any kind of pine? Like the pine trees with shorter needles instead of the long ones pictured here?

  2. Maangchi New York City joined 8/08 & has 11,757 comments

    Alanna,
    Chapagetti is instant jjajangmyun. I have posted jjajangmyun recipe. I don’t know what the spicy egg stuff that you tasted. Please leave your question here so that someone else may give you better answer.
    https://www.maangchi.com/talk/forum/general-discussion

    • vivek india joined 5/12 & has 1 comment

      hai,

      I just want to know from which type of pine tree you get these leaves mean to say there so many kind of pine trees like for white pine tree or red pine tree.

      And what is the name of flavor you get from these pine tree leaves.

      Waiting for your reply

  3. Alanna& has 2,254 comments

    hello,

    Im somewhat korean and I love korean food. My mom is korean,she came from soul and when i was little she always made Chapagetti and this stuff i dont know what its called but it was spicy egg stuff that was a little bit watery and cold… do you know what im trying to explain? well if you do maybe you can give it to me and what the name is. Thank you soooo much!!
    from, Alanna

  4. Maangchi New York City joined 8/08 & has 11,757 comments

    Hi Elaine,
    Welcome to my website!

    I used these when I made songpyeon:
    https://www.maangchi.com/recipe/songpyeon

    We don’t eat these, we use them for flavour. I will probably use them in another recipe someday.

  5. Elaine& has 1 comment

    I discovered you on Youtube and have been using your tips and recipe as a base on my cooking. You can call me a fan of yours now :)

    I have a questions, how would you use these pine needles in a recipe? Can you please provide me with an example? :) Thanks!

  6. cindy menard& has 2 comments

    In my area, there are no pine needles.

    • Inches Chicago joined 6/16 & has 11 comments

      I saw some Korean language videos on doenjang making that used pine needles along with the jujube and red pepper and charcoal during fermenting.

      Can you use any kind of pine? Like the pine trees with shorter needles instead of the long ones pictured here?

  7. Maangchi New York City joined 8/08 & has 11,757 comments

    Eleana,
    Just skip it then, no replacement for pine needles.

  8. Eleana& has 1 comment

    What replacement can we use if we cannot get pine needles?

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