First try at making and tasting Kkakdugi (cubbed radish kimchi)

First try at making and tasting Kkakdugi (cubbed radish kimchi)

I tried 3 korean recipes today so now i’m dead but i’m really happy with both kind of kimchi i made. I prefer that one tho lol. Hope it ferment well :)

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From a girl near Montreal.

The recipe for Cubbed radish kimchi (Kkakdugi: 깍두기) is here!

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7 Comments:

  1. Sav_sss Canada (near Montreal) joined 3/15 & has 29 comments

    Maangchi i need your help can you tell me what kind of recipe i can make with Kkakdugi?? there’s a lot with Tongbaechu kimchi but i didn’t find any with Kkakdugi !!
    It would really help me if you could answer i tried looking on the internet but there’s nothing

    Thank you in advance

    • sanne Munich joined 8/14 & has 188 comments

      Hi Sav_sss,

      Just eat it.
      It’s a vital side-dish to some meals, like Seollongtang e. g.
      Great as a cure for hang-over, accompying rice-gruel with egg.
      Before that ;-): Anju.
      When it gets way too sour: Wait. With time, it will get edible again.

      And you can slice it up thinly anytime and use it as you would aged paechu-kimchi.

      Bye, Sanne (speaking from experience).

      • Sav_sss Canada (near Montreal) joined 3/15 & has 29 comments

        Oh Really? ok tank you Sanne for your answer :-). I’ve been looking everywhere for an answer to my question and i haven’t find anything so thank you :P

        Bye Bye, Savannah.

    • Maangchi New York City joined 8/08 & has 11,534 comments

      We usually enjoy kkakdugi by itself not like leafy cabbage kimchi. But you can do some experiment with your well fermented kkakdugi. How about replacing cabbage kimchi with chopped kkakdugi in your kimchi fried rice? https://www.maangchi.com/recipe/kimchi-bokkeumbap

  2. Sav_sss Canada (near Montreal) joined 3/15 & has 29 comments

    Thank you Maangchi :) !!

  3. Maangchi New York City joined 8/08 & has 11,534 comments

    3 kinds of Korean food you made! clap! clap! clap! : ) This kkakdugi looks really tasty. Crispy radish mixed with delicious kimchi paste…

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