Sundubu Jjigae is a popular Korean cuisine that you must have seen in a lot of Korean dramas as well. It is a staple dish that is eaten in every Korean household. It is consumed at any time of the day with a bowl of rice. One of the many popular stews seen in Korean dramas is the tofu stew. If you're a K-drama fan then you'll surely remember the main character of the widely famous Korean drama 'Itaewon Class', Park Sae Ro Yi (played by Park Seo-joon), who would often enjoy this dish with his buddies. [photo1]Korean soft to
fu stew is a wonderful dish because it comes in so many different forms, depending on the ingredients and level of spiciness. Depending on your taste, you can add meat, seafood or only vegetables to this spicy hot stew. You can add mushrooms if you don't like meat. Take a look at the recipe of Sundubu Jjigae (Korean soft tofu stew) to try at home and enjoy it with your family and friends: Don't miss: Gimbap: A Quick Recipe Of The Enticing Dish That Young-Woo Eats In Extraordinary Attorney Woo
Ingredients For Sundubu Jjigae
[photo2]3-5 meat pieces/ seasonal vegetables (your choice)1 packet tofu1-2 tsp Korean chilli powder 2 spring onions1 egg - optional3-5 garlic1 tsp sesame oil1 cup water 1 tsp salt 1/2 black pepperDon't miss: K-Obsessed: How To Make Cheesy Korean-Style Ramen Noodles At Home
How To Make Sundubu Jjigae
A post shared by ????????? ???????? (@mizusawaucar23)1. First cut the vegetable/meat into small pieces. Now in a medium-sized boiling pot add the vegetable/meat, garlic, Korean chilli powder and sesame oil at a medium flame.2. Stir fry the vegetables/meat now until they are almost done. 3. Add water to it, then boil it for three to four minutes. Now take the foam out. 4. Add the soft tofu now in medium big pieces. Stir in the vegetable/meat by adding salt and black pepper. Let it cool for some time till everything is cooked properly. 5. Finally, add some finely chopped spring onions or an egg to the stew before serving it. 6. Serve hot with rice and kimchi.
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