Compared to the pancakes this has quite a few more steps but the taste is worth it. It is one of my fave Korean dishes that I can eat for weeks if it was not tedious to make haha *^^* this serves 4-6 people. We had left overs so we froze them for now and gave some to my friend. We will eat them again probably next week.
- 1 small pack of water bracken or fiddleheads (a korean meaty vegetable)
- 1 medium sized carrot
- 1/2 a large onion or 1 whole medium onion
- 2 bunch of spinach or 1 pack of bunches of spinach sold at korean mart hmart
- 1 package of oyster mushrooms
- 800g Glass noodles
- Soy sauce
- Sesame oil
- Sesame seeds
- Olive oil
- Perilla powder
- Since I had to prepare other dishes day of, I prepped the vegetables the night before.
- First wash the vegetables.
- Julienne the carrot and slice the onion the same size as the carrot.
- The small pack of fiddleheads in water just drain the water and rinse before cooking.
- Rip the oyster mushrooms into strips.
- Heat a frying pan with some olive oil. We are going to cook each vegetable separately.
- Cook the carrots first then let them cool.
- Then cook the mushrooms and let cool.
- Then put in the spinach to cook. Season with some sesame oil (2 tbsp) and some salt to taste. Let that cool.
- Cook the onions I like them soft and somewhat carmelized.
- Then lastly, cook the fiddleheads. (4 tbsp of soy sauce, 2 tbsp of sesame oil and 3 tbsp of perilla powder)
- Once all the ingredients are cooled you can store them in the fridge. Take them out the morning of before assembling to let the coldness go away.
- On the day let the glass noodles soak in water for 30 minutes – 1 hour. I would do this first so that it soaks while you make the pancakes.
- Bring 5 cups of water and 2 cups of soy sauce to a boil.
- Add in the noodles to cook for about 6 minutes.
- Drain them into a boil.
- Do 3 drizzle rounds of sesame oil.
- Add in the vegetables and mix them together.
- Be careful not to burn your hand when mixing! Let it cool a bit if it is too hot.
- Lastly sprinkle some sesame seeds mix again and enjoy!
Watch some cooking clip and my boyfriend and I enjoy eating it in our recent mukbang episode.
Link to video: https://youtu.be/eEjT5nQUwA4