Video showing how to make a Kimchi soup with pork belly or shoulder and tofu the Korean way. Enjoy!
Thanks for the video,i made it today with beef and tofu.I realized the
fattier the meat the better the stew,next time pork belly i think.
I made a laymans attempt at this before but without the golden ingredient
Korean hot pepper paste.
I am eager to learn more dishes,keep posting.
You are adorable thanks for the video
Never been a fan of brown rice (yuck) Basmati is one I love but never ever
tried this purple multi grain rice. All this looks so divine! I always make
sure I’ve got homemade kimchi ready in the house. And thanks to you, I’m
definitely going to try this soup. You so make my mouth water 🙂 Thank you
I will cook this dish this weekend!!!
Do you habe any kids yet or are you married Maangchi??? Because I believe
that you would be a wonderful mother ♥Thanks for your cooking tutorials.
I love it too~~!! But the soup taste depend on kimch taaste and level of
my kimchi isn’t good.. my fault// OTL
Your hairstyle is funny
Will it be alright not to add hot pepper paste?
Look so yummy!!:D
I substituted the water with chicken stock and added mussels instead of
pork, it was delicious! Thank you for your recipe, my family loves it!
what is the brand of the hot pepper paste that you used? Maangchi-si?
I love kimchi soup! 😀
i love Your recipes! 🙂 Thank You! 🙂
Kimchi contains garlic, so I usually don’t add garlic when I make soup, but
if you want to add some more garlic, why not? Cheers!
Maangchi, no garlic????!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂
It’s tofu time!!! OMG I love you!
I’ve tried this recipe to make my first kimchi soup, but my soup was a
little bit sweet. Maybe it was the paste. I just added the paste which
usually is used to mix bibimbap.
Hello. I made Kimchiguk. not that spicy. Can I put hot pepper paste after I
made it. And Do I need to keep hot peeper paste in the refrigerator. Kom ma
Dat hair though
That purple rice also look delicious! Please make a video on that 🙂
Just tried this recipe out, success! Love how all your dishes are authentic
yet comes with simple ingredients 🙂
hi i wonder if u bought the kimchi or did u make it yourself?:) Im going to
I am addicted to kimchi… 🙂
can i use chicken?! :)))
substitute extra firm Tofu for the pork and Delicious vegetable broth,
can’t go wrong!!
I really want to meet and want u to teach me how to cook some korean
foods:( Ohh and I’m Cambodian 🙂
Yes, since it won’t do anything to change the taste of the soup.
You can always omit the tofu but you may like trying it iin various
textures: soft, firm, very firm
Guk is soup, chigae is stew
Would I have to use tofu? I like that it will taste like anything you cook
it with, but I’m not really a big fan of its texture… 🙁
is kimchiguk the same as kimchi chigae?
did you use fermented pepper paste?
That kimchi is mouth watering!!!
What is the difference between kimchiguk and kimchi jigae ?
Your video really easy to understand and easy to do thank for uploading 🙂
wait for your new video 🙂
I think you still can make good kimchi soup without pork. The broth should
be delicious, so you could use vegetable stock. Good luck.
I love her! Thank you for your videos!
Do you have recipe for the purple rice? Looks so good.
Is it possible to make this dish without pork? I am vegetarian but I found
your recipe too good to pass it up…
yummy yummy! ; )
I was wondering, is the kimchiguk too spicy for little toddlers?
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I would skip the pork and go vege.
Your videos make me soooo hungry! Food porn!
i made this for supper xD it was soo good!! thanks for the recipe maangchi!
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