Sundubu Jjigae (Soft Tofu Soup) Version 2

Sundubu jjigae (Soft tofu stew)

Alternate Spellings: Soon dubu, soondubu, sun dubu, sun tofu, suntofu, soontubu, soon tubu, suntubu, sun tubu, jigae, chigae, chige, jeegay, cheegay 순두부찌개 A very popular “hot pot” soup which is most often served boiling in a stone bowl at Korean restaraunts. Servings: 4 Ingredients 2 tablespoons fine ground chili pepper 12 each … Read more

Sundubu jjigae (Soft tofu stew)

Sundubu jjigae (Soft tofu stew)

Alternate Spellings: Soon dubu, soondubu, sun dubu, sun tofu, suntofu, soontubu, soon tubu, suntubu, sun tubu, jigae, chigae, chige, jeegay, cheegay 순두부찌개 A very popular “hot pot” soup which is most often served boiling in a stone bowl at Korean restaraunts. Servings: 4 Ingredients 2 package sundubu (soft tofu)* 12 each small … Read more

Saengtae jjigae (Whiting stew with vegetables)Version 1(Mild Spice)

생태찌개 Servings: 4 Ingredients 2 each fresh 생태 Saengtae (whiting) (about 2 pounds), cleaned and scaled 8 cups Korean Anchovy stock 1 each small 무 mu (Korean radish) (about 1/2 pound) 3 ounces pyogo beoseot 표고버섯 (shiitake mushroom) 3 ounces paengi beoseot 팽이버섯 (enoki mushroom) 1 ounce 쑥갓 ssukgat (crown daisy) 2 … Read more

Kimchi jjigae (Stewed kimchi)

김치 찌개 One of the most common stews in Korea, Kimchi Jjigae is made from older sour kimchi, tofu, and meat or seafood. There are many variations of this dish as each household uses their own favorite ingredients. Kimchi Jjigae probably appeared in Korea not long after the introduction of chilli peppers. … Read more

Kimchi Jjiggae (Kimchi Stew) Version 1

Aternate Spellings: gimchi jjigae, kimchee chige, kimchijjigae, kimchi chigae 김치 찌개 One of the most common stews in Korea, Kimchi Jjigae is made from older sour kimchi, tofu, and meat or seafood. There are many variations of this dish as each household uses their own favorite ingredients. Kimchi Jjigae probably appeared in … Read more

Dubu Jjigae (Tofu Stew)

두부찌개 A very popular stew featuring tofu as the main ingredient, dubu jjigae is on most Korean restaurant menus, and has spawned a host of specialty restaurants that serve only dubu based soups, stews, and braises. In non-specialty restaurants, a small bowl of dubu jjigae may be served as part of a … Read more

CheongGukJang Jjigae

청국장 This is a “stinky” soy bean paste stew using “Quick fermented soybean Paste”. Similar to Doenjangjjigae, this is a hearty stew which may have some good health benefits associated with traditionally fermented foods. Ingredients 2 cups dasima broth (kelp and anchovy broth) 2 red potatoes 1/2 small onion 6 oz tofu … Read more