It’s a Seaweed Stem side dish

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    I feel in love with this side dish from the moment I ate it. I’m not sure what it is called, but I know it’s a seaweed stem side dish (usually cut into julienne.)It tasted like there are sesame oil, salt and pepper. I went to a Korean market and was told to buy the “salted seaweed stem.” I tried to make it, but I failed miserably. Please Please share with us your wonderful skills! (^.^)/

    Thanks a bunch!




    Soak it in cold water and drain it , then cut it a few times (about 7 cm long) and saute with a little vegetable oil. Add some minced garlic, sliced onion, soy sauce or salt, sugar, sesame seeds, and sesame oil. It’s a very easy recipe. I will include your request on the list of my upcoming recipes. Thank you!



    I will try this out tonight to go along with your Jap Chae recipe! Yummy!



    Hi, I really love your cooking. You have to help me, one time i went to korean bbq restaurant and i ate a seaweed stem salad dish. It is not the one you make on video. I have made it already and it does not taste like what I am looking for. This seaweed stem is bright green (not the same color when you boil seaweed stem) and I think I could taste ginger or vinegar. This dish looks like this:

    Please help! I can not find it anywhere on the internet.

    Thank You




    My seaweed stem side dish (miyeok julgi bokkeum) recipe is here.

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