Korean Army Stew (Budae Jungol) 11.29.20

For our next mukbang episode, we decided to have some Korean Army Stew (budae jungol) in a long time. This is nice because it is really simple and a good way to get rid of your pantry and other ingredients you may have in the fridge.

Ingredients: sausage, spam ham, tofu, korean fish cake, round rice cakes, onion, scallions and other veggies you want to add is possible. (Not this time, but also like to add mushrooms, bean sprouts (sookjoo) as well if I had some) We added in some udon noodles after as you see in the picture above next to it.

I used up my last of beef bone broth soup as the base for this. You can also make simple broth by add in a large piece of kelp (dashima) and dried shrimp. Let it boil for a bit and then take it out when the broth is made. You can also purchase packaged korean beef bone broth soup in asian markets.

In the broth, I added in my leftover spicy cubed kimchi sauce and korean chives spicy kimchi sauce with 1/2 tablespoon of minced garlic, 1/2 tablespoon of korean red pepper paste (gochujang) and 1/2 tablespoon of korean soy sauce (jingangjang). If you do not have kimchi soup/sauce available you will need to add the following: 1 tablespoon of minced garlic, 3 tablespoons of korean soy sauce, 2 tablespoons of red pepper paste and 2 tablespoons of korean red chili powder (gochugaru) to season.

Once it comes to a boil add in the ingredients and let it all cook and make the broth as one in taste. Add in the tofu and bean sprouts last as they do not require a lot of cooking time. Also add in the scallions last as well. Once it has cooked it is ready to serve. Of course you can add in your choice of noodles such as ramen, glass noodles etc. Enjoy!

Come watch us enjoy it as well on our youtube mukbang channel episode!

Link to video: https://youtu.be/UkK7Wcx7m_8

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