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  • in reply to: Haejjangguk#96589
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    Hi! Recently I have cooked this soup but I made the recipe mo simple using these ingredients: beef 소고기, leek 대파, onion 양파, soybean sprouts 콩나물, daikon radish 무. Optionally, you can add enoki mushrooms, capsicum. Soy sauce 간장, ground red pepper 고추가루, salt 소금, fish sauce 액젓, garlic 마늘.
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    1. Cut the beef into strips.
    2. Mince the garlic.
    3. Rinse, dry and finely chop the kimchi.
    4. Chop cabbage and green onions.
    5. Put the beef and garlic in the pan, saute in sesame oil for 2-3 minutes.
    6. Add soy sauce and kimchi. Pour in the broth mixture and bring to a boil. Turn off the fire.
    7. Place wheatgrass, chili and cabbage in a dish with the rest of the ingredients. Cover loosely with a lid and let simmer for 15 minutes.
    8. Add the green onions to the soup and cook for 1 more minute.
    9. Remove the pan from the stove.
    10. Serve the soup, garnishing each serving with sesame seeds.
    Enjoy your meal!

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    in reply to: Do You Know About Special Korean Food?#96581
    Kisma
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    I know about Acorn jelly (dotorimuk) – jelly-like dishes are very popular throughout Asia, but only Koreans practice making jelly from acorn powder. This treat is unique, as few cuisines in the world use acorns in their dishes.

    Most people associate acorns exclusively with squirrels or the food of other rodents. And in Korea, they found a different use. Acorn jelly is very popular among Koreans, served as a separate dish and often marinated in soy sauce.

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