Jampong

Jampong is a much-loved Korean version of a Chinese dish, like Jajangmyeon. You can often find Korean-Chinese restaurants that specialize in this dish. The key to dish is in my opinion is to serve it hot, with nice, fresh seafood and high quality, fresh noodles, which you can typically find at grocery stores.

Additional info

Rate:
5.00
Difficulty level:
easy
Portion:
2 - 4
Preparation time:
15 minutes
Cooking time:
15 minutes

Ingredients

200-400 grams of udon (Japanese thick wheat flour noodles)
100-150 grams of mussel
100 grams of shrimp
1-2 cleaned squids
3 dried shiitake mushrooms
1 onion or red onion (or purple onion)
2 garlic cloves
10 grams of instant dashi
500 milliliters of water
1 tablespoon of sake (Japanese rice wine)
2-4 tablespoons of soy sauce
chili flakes (or red pepper flakes), at will
chives or scallions (or green onions)
2 tablespoons of cooking oil
 
 

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