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  • (chopping) (polka accordion music)

  • - Hi, everybody!

  • Today, we are going to make japchae.

  • Japchae is stir-fried vegetables, mushrooms,

  • and meat with chewy glass noodles.

  • Does it sound delicious and nutritious?

  • Yes.

  • If you have a big party coming up,

  • you must make this dish.

  • You will get a lot of attention.

  • You'll be very popular.

  • Years ago, I uploaded my japchae video,

  • but today, I'm going to make a small portion.

  • First, let's marinate the beef.

  • This is filet mignon.

  • But, if you are vegetarian, skip this,

  • use more mushrooms.

  • So, I'm using this beef, but you can also use pork.

  • Dried shiitake mushrooms, soak this for two hours.

  • Like this.

  • Mushrooms are really thick,

  • so I'm going to slice this...

  • like this.

  • So, if you are vegetarian,

  • just use more shiitake mushrooms.

  • And then, put this in the beef.

  • Slice this.

  • And here, one clove of garlic.

  • Just add here.

  • Sugar, you can use white or brown sugar.

  • Ground black pepper.

  • Soy sauce, two teaspoons.

  • Sesame oil, one teaspoon.

  • And mix.

  • Smells like bulgogi.

  • I'm going to keep this in the refrigerator

  • while I'm preparing other ingredients.

  • Egg yolk.

  • And egg white.

  • Just a little pinch of salt.

  • You can make this method using this egg white also,

  • make it really white paper like this.

  • You can use this,

  • but egg yolk is yellow color.

  • It really stands out, so pretty.

  • I always make that yellow paper.

  • Wipe off this oil,

  • so that really thin layer is coated only.

  • And let's turn off.

  • So, there is no heat.

  • This pan is hot.

  • With this remaining heat, we're just cooking.

  • Flip over like this.

  • So pretty color.

  • So, both sides is yellow.

  • It's cooked.

  • So let it cool down.

  • This is spinach.

  • My final product is going to go in this,

  • very important bowl today.

  • So, whenever I finished my cooking,

  • I'm going to put it here.

  • So, first, let's start with spinach.

  • So, spinach is already cleaned.

  • Around 30 seconds to one minute, cook.

  • Okay, I will just keep boiling this.

  • And then, squeeze out.

  • And then, here, we need to add some soy sauce.

  • And sesame oil.

  • This is noodles.

  • Look at this size. (giggles)

  • Made with sweet potato starch.

  • So, you can buy this

  • in Korean grocery stores very easily.

  • Or, you can use cellophane noodles.

  • So, when you cook this, it looks really clear.

  • Looks like glass and chewy.

  • So, that's why, makes this dish very special.

  • So, I'm going to use four ounces.

  • Okay, one minute later, just stir this.

  • Here you go! (laughs)

  • I'm going to cut all kinds of vegetables.

  • Around two inch pieces.

  • If this white part is too thick,

  • you can cut it in half.

  • But, today, mine is good, thin enough.

  • Two or three green onions.

  • And then, onion.

  • Onion is really delicious,

  • so I'm going to use around one cup.

  • White mushrooms, cut the tip off

  • and thinly slice.

  • I'm going to cut this red stuff

  • so carrot and red bell pepper,

  • but you can use just only red bell pepper

  • or you can use all carrot.

  • Around 3/4 cup.

  • Remove this inside thing.

  • Cut this one really nice, beautiful, eh?

  • Red color.

  • So, this is just a small amount I'm going to use.

  • Don't throw them away.

  • Chop it up and then make stir-fried rice.

  • And then, the jidan, gyeran jidan, let's cut it.

  • My cutting job is done now.

  • So, exactly seven minutes later, I'm checking.

  • This one.

  • (slurps)

  • Noodles are chewy.

  • Well cooked.

  • Really hot.

  • These noodles are very long,

  • so I'm going to cut a few times.

  • Like this.

  • Okay, then, this is our bowl, right.

  • So, everything is done, we gotta add this here.

  • Sesame oil, I'm going to use.

  • Soy sauce.

  • One teaspoon.

  • And sugar, one teaspoon.

  • And just mix.

  • If you make a big batch, you can do this in another bowl,

  • but today, we make a small portion,

  • so I'm using one bowl, everything, like this.

  • Add some oil.

  • Onions.

  • And green onion.

  • And then, pinch of salt.

  • So, we keep stir frying until this green onion,

  • white part is withered.

  • And then, onions look really translucent.

  • So, you don't have to wash this.

  • Let's turn on the heat again.

  • Little bit oil.

  • And this time, mushrooms.

  • Also, pinch of salt.

  • So, when mushrooms are cooked,

  • a little juicy and shiny, this one.

  • Transfer this to the bowl.

  • Next, red stuff.

  • Carrot first.

  • 20 seconds, I stir-fry.

  • And then, this red bell pepper.

  • Okay, done.

  • And then, don't forget this, our beef and mushrooms.

  • So, shiitake mushrooms are marinated

  • with bulgogi marinade sauce.

  • And then, when you cook this, it tastes really like...

  • The texture is like bulgogi.

  • We have to stir fry this until the beef is no longer pink

  • and also mushrooms are well cooked

  • and softened and shiny.

  • I will just use one large garlic clove.

  • There you go.

  • Soy sauce and sugar.

  • One tablespoon, soy sauce.

  • One tablespoon, sugar.

  • Ground black pepper.

  • This is the black pepper.

  • I want to add a lot

  • because black pepper makes it really tasty.

  • And more sesame oil.

  • (slurps) Mmm.

  • Awesome.

  • Delicious.

  • And then, sesame seeds.

  • Crispy sesame seeds.

  • This is egg.

  • I will just add this here.

  • Oh my, isn't it pretty!

  • And more sesame seeds.

  • Great!

  • For you guys!

  • I really wish I could share with you guys.

  • Serves four.

  • If you are hungry, two people. (laughs)

  • So, let me taste it, japchae.

  • Today, we made japchae together.

  • Okay.

  • Cheers, everybody!

  • (slurps)

  • Delicious!

  • Sweet.

  • Noodles are really slippery inside of my mouth.

  • It's more delicious than usual.

  • (slurps)

  • Mmm.

  • (slurps)

  • People ask me sometimes,

  • "Ooh, Maangchi, when you make japchae,

  • "how come you instead of just you stir fry all,

  • "everything together,

  • "why just one by one, individually you cook?"

  • Each ingredient needs different cooking times,

  • so we have to prepare these ones all separately.

  • One bite of japchae has so many tastes and textures.

  • Whenever people make this one for the big party,

  • always is going quickly.

  • Especially when you go to a pot-luck party,

  • you brought your dish, nobody touched this,

  • you'll feel embarrassed,

  • but japchae is very, very popular, I guarantee,

  • so make this and share with your family,

  • friends, and co-workers and everybody (laughs), okay.

  • Enjoy my recipe.

  • See you next time!

  • Bye!

  • (upbeat polka music)

(chopping) (polka accordion music)

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チャプチェ(野菜炒めのガラス麺:잡채 (Japchae (Glass noodles stir-fried with vegetables: 잡채))

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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