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  • Hi everybody!

  • Today let's make another one-pot meal.

  • You have a pot? And make a meal!

  • These days, all of us, we are all really struggling from a difficult time.

  • A lot of you guys are working from home.

  • And probably a lot of families don't go out.

  • Restaurants are closed, so what else can you do?

  • You gotta make some delicious meals for every 3 meals.

  • You have kimchi? Well-fermented kimchi in the refrigerator?

  • Let's make kimchi sujebi!

  • Sujebi is hand-torn noodle soup.

  • "Hand torn noodles." Sounds very very delicious, doesn't it?

  • First I'm going to make noodles.

  • I will use my food processor.

  • And you have to change to a dough blade.

  • And we need 3/4 cup of water.

  • 1/2 cup...

  • ... and 1/4 cup.

  • So total, 3/4 cup.

  • And let's add 1/2 teaspoon of salt.

  • 1 tablespoon cooking oil, vegetable oil.

  • Look at that! My vegetable oil is so low!

  • (laughs) "Maangchi is so poor!"

  • "She cannot afford cooking oil!" (laughs)

  • 1 tablespoon cooking oil.

  • And then 2 cups flour.

  • One cup...

  • Two cups...

  • Really really easy!

  • Especially if you use a food processor.

  • By the way, if you don't have a food processor, put just water, salt, oil, and flour

  • in a bowl. And mix all together and then knead it. That's all.

  • (blending)

  • I kneaded for 1 minute and then you see? It shaped into 1 ball.

  • This is my plastic bag. I will just prepare everything inside here today.

  • That's why I said "super-easy!"

  • Put this into this plastic bag.

  • Don't waste.

  • This dough is very sticky. See?

  • But it's firm enough to handle.

  • That's the key point, that's why this ratio is very important.

  • Whenever I make sujebi I always remember this ratio.

  • You know: 2 cups of flour, 3/4 cup of water,

  • 1 tablespoon oil, 1/2 teaspoon salt.

  • What else? That's it.

  • So this ratio is always in my head.

  • So easily I can make sujebi.

  • I will just keep it here.

  • If you make this soup maybe 6 hours later for dinner, you can keep in the refrigerator.

  • Until tomorrow it will be ok.

  • (running water)

  • And now I already put 8 cups of water here.

  • I need anchovies. These anchovies are for making stock.

  • Large size.

  • I will use this amount for 8 cups of water.

  • Let's see how many anchovies are here. We need to remove these heads and guts.

  • Like this.

  • After cleaning the heads and guts, let's see.

  • 13 grams. 13 to 15 grams you can use.

  • This is a stock pouch.

  • It says, "Dashi bag".

  • I will just add this.

  • Let's add to the water.

  • I will add 2 garlic cloves and 1 medium sized onion, around 6 ounces.

  • Slice and add.

  • And garlic.

  • Garlic.

  • What did I say? I'm making kimchi sujebi.

  • So I need kimchi! This is 8 ounces of kimchi

  • I already premeasured my delicious homemade kimchi. It's very sour.

  • And also 2 tablespoons kimchi brine is here.

  • I'm going to chop this up and add here.

  • And let's add!

  • (running water)

  • To medium high heat.

  • Let it cook.

  • Let's check out our noodles.

  • These guys are the noodles! (laughs)

  • It should be torn by my hand.

  • Really really soft!

  • So you can just, you know - like this.

  • Like that. Knead.

  • This is what I'm doing.

  • And put it here.

  • On a rainy day, Koreans are eating and making pancakes.

  • So that the house gets very warm and cozy.

  • Korean jeon - vegetable pancake, potato pancake, and this sujebi.

  • Also this sujebi, hand torn noodle soup.

  • Why? Because it makes us feel so cozy and warm, and it's easy to make.

  • (bouncy music)

  • Smells so good! This kimchi, anchovy, together mixed and boiling, it makes my mouth water!

  • I boiled for 25 minutes over medium high heat.

  • Let's take out the anchovies.

  • We didn't add any salt here so it's a little bland, I'm going to add fish sauce.

  • Now we have to handle these noodles.

  • So wash your hands nicely.

  • We never wear rubber gloves, Use bare hands.

  • So thats mom's cooking, you know?

  • Tear the noodles!

  • Take out the dough.

  • Like this! (laughs)

  • See? And we have to make this dough chewy.

  • And just make this way, we have to knead.

  • A few more minutes, like this.

  • Let's open this!

  • Now it's too big, so I'm going to divide it into 2.

  • And put some water here.

  • Like this.

  • See? You can almost see through.

  • This irregular shape is more appetizing.

  • Look at this! Stretch this.

  • And like this.

  • And then stir.

  • And then we have to use the other ball.

  • Water.

  • When I was young, my grandmother was making this for the whole family

  • You know, for 8 family members, When she made this, we said, "Oh, we gotta help her!"

  • And then all the children got together and made it.

  • Of course my grandmother's are thinner and nice, beautiful hand-torn noodles

  • but We children made like one ball. (laughs) small balls.

  • So when we ate it: "Oh, who made this?"

  • And stir this.

  • Wow, looks good!

  • Looks nice.

  • I like to add hot pepper paste here.

  • Slice green onions.

  • I use 3 green onions.

  • From now, I will cook just 5 more minutes. That's it!

  • When you taste this, if this is too bland, add salt.

  • Add salt to your taste.

  • I cracked the lid.

  • Because it's really bubbling now.

  • And I'm going to eat with this oi- muchim. Spicy seasoned cucumber.

  • And...

  • This is also a really easy recipe.

  • And a really nice side dish.

  • We need some salad-like side dish.

  • I cooked just 5 minutes. Nice.

  • You want to see?

  • (timer rings) Yay!

  • This sesame oil is optional, but I will add 1 teaspoon.

  • Nice, isn't it?

  • Let me taste!

  • (slurping)

  • Mmm!

  • Mmm!

  • (laughs) Mmm delicious. Hot!

  • Mmm! I love kimchi!

  • Mmm!

  • (crunches)

  • So good! It goes well with hot, delicious kimchi sujebi.

  • The broth is very savory, and a little spicy. And a little sour.

  • Really yummy. And crispy kimchi.

  • Noodles are really thin, chewy, and also soft.

  • So this is a perfect meal. Simple meal.

  • How would you like it? (laughs)

  • Make it! Kimchi sujebi!

  • Today we made kimchi sujebi.

  • Kimchi hand-torn noodle soup.

  • Enjoy my recipe, see you next time! Bye!

Hi everybody!

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キムチスジェビ(キムチ手打ち麺:1鍋分の食事:김치수제비 (Kimchi sujebi (Kimchi hand-torn noodle soup: 1 pot meal: 김치수제비))

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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