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Old 01-11-2015, 07:53 AM   #1
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Spicy Noodles~!

Today i will introduce Korean Spicy Noodles.
It's so simple to make.
Let's try it~!

materials:noodles, sesame oil, gochujang(red pepper paste), hot Pepper
Kimchi

First step,
In a large pot, noodles with water and bring to a boil.
About 15minuets in boiling water.
And then that takes the dishes.
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Second step,
Put in slice kimchi, sesame oil, gochujang(red pepper paste) and slice hot Pepper
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Last step,
Now you just mix it and enjoy~!
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Old 01-11-2015, 08:18 AM   #2
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Today i will introduce Korean Spicy Noodles.
It's so simple to make.
Let's try it~!

materials:noodles, sesame oil, gochujang(red pepper paste), hot Pepper
Kimchi

First step,
In a large pot, noodles with water and bring to a boil.
About 15minuets in boiling water.
And then that takes the dishes.
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Second step,
Put in slice kimchi, sesame oil, gochujang(red pepper paste) and slice hot Pepper
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Last step,
Now you just mix it and enjoy~!
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Thanks for posting this! What kind of kimchi do you use?
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Old 01-11-2015, 10:08 AM   #3
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Very nice, we used to live right by a great Korean restaurant, I used to order Nacji Bokum and ho pang my wife ordered oisobagi and ho teok, I may be spelling them wrong, but we ordered that stuff at least once a week back then, it was so good and unlike anything I have ever tasted since... Sadly we revisted the "old" neighborhood about 2 years ago and they were gone, they were there for a long time, but the owners were an older couple, now its a buffet with nothing that resembles what used to be there :( ...

You know whats funny I never thought about remaking them items myself until your post, I remake everything, lol and try all kinds of new stuff, but hardly ever if ever asian food, and I love asian food... Wow I think I just learned something about my self, lol...
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Old 01-13-2015, 07:59 AM   #4
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Very nice, we used to live right by a great Korean restaurant, I used to order Nacji Bokum and ho pang my wife ordered oisobagi and ho teok, I may be spelling them wrong, but we ordered that stuff at least once a week back then, it was so good and unlike anything I have ever tasted since... Sadly we revisted the "old" neighborhood about 2 years ago and they were gone, they were there for a long time, but the owners were an older couple, now its a buffet with nothing that resembles what used to be there :( ...

You know whats funny I never thought about remaking them items myself until your post, I remake everything, lol and try all kinds of new stuff, but hardly ever if ever asian food, and I love asian food... Wow I think I just learned something about my self, lol...
First of all really appreciate of your loving asian food.
If you have any questions, plz inform me~!
I will help you:)
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Spicy Noodles~! Today i will introduce Korean Spicy Noodles. It's so simple to make. Let's try it~! materials:noodles, sesame oil, gochujang(red pepper paste), hot Pepper Kimchi First step, In a large pot, noodles with water and bring to a boil. About 15minuets in boiling water. And then that takes the dishes. [ATTACH]22491[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]22492[/ATTACH] Second step, Put in slice kimchi, sesame oil, gochujang(red pepper paste) and slice hot Pepper [ATTACH]22493[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]22494[/ATTACH] Last step, Now you just mix it and enjoy~! [ATTACH]22495[/ATTACH] 3 stars 1 reviews
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