Question on Kosari

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    • #49222

      Hi Maangchi…..

      I have a question on Kosari…. I recently purchased dried kosari for bibimbap. How long is the dried kosari supposed to be boiled for? I boiled for a while and then soaked it overnight in hot water, but they never become plump like yours did in the bibimbap video.

      Thank you Maangchi! Love you soo much! Looking forward to more recipes! HAppy New Year!

    • #53083

      strange! I don’t know.

      This is my way of soaking dried kosari:

      1. Place kosari in cold water in a

      pot. 1 cup of kosari will need

      more than 20 cups of water.

      2. Boil it for 30 minutes and don’t drain hot water and let it soak. Wait about 6-8 hours.

      I usually boil it at night and drain it next morning.

    • #53084

      I always cook and soak it like maangchi says and it always turns out good. plump and soft.

    • #53085

      Thank you both so much for the advice! I will give it another shot

    • #53086

      and keep every last bit of the gosari under water. the bits that stick out of the water will stay hard.

    • #89261

      hi Maangchi, i’m not really expecting a reply as this is a very old forum but I am struggling to get kosari anywhere. the links to amazon to buy it don’t ship to my country. are there any substitutes or should I do something myself? thanks

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