This is the sauce package looks like.
All you need to do is prepare chicken and vegetables and pour this sauce with water and braise it!
So easy to enjoy a traditional Korean food at home. 🙂
I love Sempio because how they take care of the food and always trying to make all natural as possible. I can trust the quality.
Also on the back of the package, it has a cooking directions in English. From how to prepare the noodles to make a complete dish. 🙂 Nice to have it, right?
After simmer for 20 to 25 minutes, I added soaked Korean glass noodles. Mix well with all the sauce, vegetables, chicken and noodles until well combined. The noodles will absolve the sauce and nice glassy looking! 🙂
If it is too thick, and you don’t have any sauce in the pot, add water 1/4 cup at a time.
To finish up, add sliced green onion and chili pepper for your taste, and drizzle with sesame oil!
I add some hard boiled eggs on it. It’s not tradition at all, I just wanted to try how it will tastes like. 🙂
I’ve never seen hard boiled egg on Andong Jjimdak, but if you do like hard boiled egg, you will love it together! My hubby said it doesn’t need eggs, but I loved egg in it! 😀 I ate more eggs and noodles then the meat! lol
Oh, only one more thing I wanted to tell you about the noodles. My hubby had one bite of noodles and he asked me if it’s the noodles I got from Sempio.
I said, “Yes, it is. Why?”
He said, “This is totally different! It is a lot better than other Korean glass noodles, it just a lot better quality noodles.”
It was true, it is much silkier, softer, and when you chew in, it has definitely better texture! Oh, it was a HIT!!!
Living in America for almost 4 years, I even forgot the real Korean glass noodles suppose to taste like!
If you have chance, you definitely have to give it a try!! This noodles are SO GOOOOOOODDD!!!
Another homer Sempio!!!
I hope everyone have a great weekend, and I will keep posting blog!! 😀