Gombak as side dish

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    i recently ate in Korean Restaurant in Indonesia “Tobak”.

    I found one of the dishes really delicious and wish able to make it by my self.

    I don’t know what the dishes name, but it served along with other side dishes and the main ingredients is gombak ( blood clamp ).

    If anyone know what the dishes name , and also know how to make it , I would really appreciate it if you share it here.

    Thanks .



    Soondae? You need to be more descriptive for us to get a better idea of what you’re looking for.




    I have the picture.. maybe you can tell from the picture ?





    It’s a kind of clams called kkomak:꼬막 or 고막 in Korean. English name is cockle. It’s one of my favorite clams. When I traveled to Malaysia during my Gapshida trip, I found some cockles in a local market. I cooked them in Korean method. Delicious!

    Problem is that it’s not easy to find the ingredients in NY where I’m living. I will keep your request in mind though.

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