Friday, July 10, 2009


A popular Korean "street food" that is one of our winter-time favorites!

The sauce contains red pepper paste, red pepper powder, garlic, soy sauce, sesame oil, sugar, green onions, sesame seeds and beef broth.
The sauce should be heated on medium heat until it begins to bubble.
Then toss in chopped veggies (we like carrots and onions) and stir for a bit.
Then add meat. Koreans usually use "odaeng tempura" (fish patty?) but we opt for ham at home. Also add the dduk (Korean rice cakes) and stir until soft. We also boil ramyen and toss it in at the end.

Mix it all up, pull it from the stove to the table, and eat it hot!

Warning: strange slurping sounds and spicy sighs may disturb the neighbors!

1 comment:

Jana said...

I saw those white tubular things...I guess the rice cakes in your fridge and thought it was a big bag of mini string cheese...should have known it was something from Korea! Ha!