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- Easy Japchae with beef and garlic
- Pork top chapchae
- Easy Japchae
- Stir-fried beef and carrot in Japchae style
- Easy Japchae
Japchae, a classic Korean dish of vermicelli fried sweet and spicy with plenty of vegetables and meat. Many people may think that it is a little impossible on weekdays because it takes a lot of time to cut vegetables and meat and put the vermicelli back in the pot. But if you have a recipe that can be done with just one frying pan, it’s easy because you don’t have to put the vermicelli back! You can enjoy the Korean feeling even on a busy day.
Easy Japchae with beef and garlic
[Materials for 2 people]
Cut-off beef … 150g, green beans Harusame … 50g, shimeji … large 3/4 pack (about 150g), nira … 2/3 w, under taste (grated garlic … 1/2 teaspoon, soup … 1 and 1/2 tablespoon, Sesame oil … 1 tbsp, liquor … 1/2 tbsp, sugar … 2 tsp, pepper … a little), soup (tori glass soup base … 1/2 tsp, water … 1/2 cup), white ground sesame … 1 tbsp
[How to make]
1. Cut the cut beef into bite-sized pieces and rub in the flavor. Wash the mung bean vermicelli quickly and cut it in half with kitchen scissors. Loosen the shimeji mushrooms and cut the garlic chives into 4 cm lengths.
2. Spread the vermicelli in a frying pan, put shimeji mushrooms and beef (with 1 juice) and sprinkle the soup. Cover and heat over high heat. When steam rises, reduce to medium heat and steam for about 7 minutes.
3. Remove the lid and mix thoroughly, add 1 tablespoon of garlic chives and white sesame seeds and fry lightly.
(446kcal for 1 person, 2.5g salt)
A recipe for stir-frying vermicelli in soup is completed in 15 minutes! It is also important to use ingredients such as garlic chives and shimeji mushrooms that are easy to cook and contain plenty of umami. You can enjoy the fragrant flavor by mixing sesame seeds in the finish.