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Old 07-05-2013, 03:46 PM   #1
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Kimchi jjigae, Korean kimchi stew.

Ingredients:

1 Tablespoon oil
1/2 yellow onion sliced
8 oz of pork sliced
3 green onions diced
1/2 Tablespoon Korean red pepper flakes
1/2 Tablespoon garlic
4 cups old sour kimchi with juice
1/4 cup extra kimchi juice
Korean style beef stock (or water)as needed

Add oil to pot, add onion and cook until just soft.
Add pork and cook just until it's not pink.
Add red pepper flakes, garlic, kimchi and juice cook for one hour adding beef stock as needed to prevent it drying out.


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Old 07-05-2013, 03:52 PM   #2
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I absolutely love that stuff!!
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Old 07-05-2013, 05:40 PM   #3
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My mouth is watering!!
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Korean style beef stock (or water)as needed
How is it different than ordinary beef stock?
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My mouth is watering!! How is it different than ordinary beef stock?
Do not roast the bones.

Boil them for about 30 minutes then dump out the water and clean the bones and pot. Cover with water and boil for several hours.

Example: Recipe for Ggori Gomtang
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I absolutely love that stuff!!
Me to it just took awhile to make it really good.
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Old 07-05-2013, 07:13 PM   #6
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And if we don't have Korean chile flakes, what would be a good substitute?
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And if we don't have Korean chile flakes, what would be a good substitute?
I would not add anything. Most other pepper flakes taste different. It adds a little more heat. But if your not a big fan of heat you may not need it.
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Old 07-05-2013, 09:08 PM   #8
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What a weird coincidence. We just got home from our favorite Korean restaurant and this is what I had tonight. Their version didn't look quite as pretty as yours, but it sure was delicious. Thanks for posting the recipe. I'm going to have to try this.

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What a weird coincidence. We just got home from our favorite Korean restaurant and this is what I had tonight. Their version didn't look quite as pretty as yours, but it sure was delicious. Thanks for posting the recipe. I'm going to have to try this.
That is quite the coincidence.

Its been quite awhile but Hoban was one of the better Korean places in the area when I was on a project in St Paul.
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That is quite the coincidence.

Its been quite awhile but Hoban was one of the better Korean places in the area when I was on a project in St Paul.
Another coincidence... Hoban is the restaurant where we ate tonight.

I agree, they have good food. It's also somewhat inexpensive and close to where we live, so we eat there maybe once every couple of months. We have some friends who spent several years teaching in Korea who first recommended it to us. Great stuff!
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Kimchi jjigae, Korean kimchi stew. Ingredients: 1 Tablespoon oil 1/2 yellow onion sliced 8 oz of pork sliced 3 green onions diced 1/2 Tablespoon Korean red pepper flakes 1/2 Tablespoon garlic 4 cups old sour kimchi with juice 1/4 cup extra kimchi juice Korean style beef stock (or water)as needed Add oil to pot, add onion and cook until just soft. Add pork and cook just until it's not pink. Add red pepper flakes, garlic, kimchi and juice cook for one hour adding beef stock as needed to prevent it drying out. [url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/40726522@N02/9217326394/][img]http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7429/9217326394_441f276328_z.jpg[/img][/url] [url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/40726522@N02/9217326394/]Kimchi jjigae.[/url] by [url=http://www.flickr.com/people/40726522@N02/]powerplantop[/url], on Flickr 3 stars 1 reviews
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