Video showing how to make a soybean sprout soup with anchovies like they do in Korea. Enjoy!
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I can’t wait to make this soup, but can I use anchovy filets instead of
ooooo this looks so delicious! I’m going to try making a spicy vegetarian
version. thanks so much!
Just Like Heaven instrumental in the beginning (The Cure) made my day – and
now I’m off to make this dish – thanks!!!
Check out “dried pollock soup” video, too. Your hangover will be cured. :
) BTW, don’t drink too much! lol
Great for a hangover????? Yes I must make this next time I have too much to
drink the night before! Thank you!
Thank you so much, Maangchi! I absolutely love barley. I’m going to give
this a try 🙂
Kelp just adds umami, which the anchovies do in the non-vegetarian version.
It just gives it that extra something.
its actually like “lontong balap”(an indonesian food), exept its has no
You can make barley rice with a regular pot. 1 cup short grain rice (sushi
rice), 1 cup of barley Combine rice and barley to a pot and wash and drain
a couple of time. Drain the rice. Add 2½ cups of water and cover. Set aside
for 30 minutes. Bring it to a boil over medium high heat for about 8-10
minutes until it boils. Stir with a spoon a few times. Covered. Cook
another 20 minutes over low heat to simmer. Open the lid and fluff the rice
with a spoon. Eat it! : )
Hi Maangchi! I saw the rice you ate with your 콩나물국. I think I heard you say
once that it was “barley rice.” Can you make a video on how to prepare it?
Do you need a rice cooker? I don’t have one yet, but I might get one in the
future. Thank you in advance…and please keep sharing your delicious
recipes with us! 🙂
I love soup. It’s my comfort food. Can I put in bean paste instead of the
Looks so tasty AND healthy 😀
thank you for making this video I love this soup!
maangchi what is that rice you put in the soup? I am going to make this
next week and the way you eat it looks so delicious.
that looks sooo good.. i’m quite hesitant to eat spicy foods though but boy
would i like to try your recipes. love your show Ms. Maangchi.
@mlauntube awesome! Happy cooking!
I only watched the first 30 or something seconds so far but, when I heard
her start saying hang over I started laughing! It’s a good thing, nothing
bad though! Lol, less than a minute into a video about cooking and …Ahhh!
Ahaha, thanks for the tip! ; ) Yeah, soup helps with that stuff. Thanks for
this recipe, I’ve been looking for it all over!!
spicy one looks more delicious!!! thanks.. wanna try it ^^
@booterstownie : ) yummy! kongnamulbap. Kongnamul is soybean sprouts. Happy
I got my son (the college boy) making the spicy one right now. A nice
simple dish for him to get used to cooking.
it is so cute that your recipe is playing to robert smith
What is the song that is playing? The cure?
@rainieyangrocks Use Kombu. The japanese version called Kombu is the same
thing. You can buy it at asianfoodgrocer 🙂 just search Kombu, the 4oz bag
for 3 dollars and change is the best bargain :).
yes, you could use it, but don’t forget dashi powder contains MSG.
One of my favorite food and music!
I think it is so funny you forget your being filmed…I laugh every time!!!
I enjoy watching you and learning from you!! I think spicy of coarse, it
makes it taste that much better.
its multigrain rice!
hi maangchi! I made this using soybeans sprouts along with soft tofu and
clams and it tastes great! my sisters enjoy it a lot!
4:07 nice smile !
I have try make this,its easy and yummy 😀
Hi, it’s really a good n simple way to prepare morning soup for my family.
안녕하세요~! I just made 콩나물국! 진짜 맛있어요~! 감사합니다~! I did not have the Red Pepper
flakes, so I chopped up some Jalapenos and it was just as delicious. Thank
you again, Maangchi~! <3
i love your videos! made me laugh that u forgot that u were supposed to
show the non-spicy version. hahha lol i’m gonna make this tomorrow for
lunch since i made the kkakdugi, but i’m still gonna go get the yeolmu.
this is angela, same as happydot, same with pipepippook. hehe 😉
OK, thanks, Maangchi. I also can’t wait to make the Kamnamul bap! Watching
you eat it made me sooo hungry. Thanks and can’t wait for the next video of
I am about to make the soup for the family. Boy, am I glad to find the
video showing how to make it. Thanks! I found out that using sissors to be
real handy removing the end part, and listening to classical music lessen
the frustration while I remove all the tail part cut off.
@Maangchi – is it the same soy bean paste used here the one you used in “LA
galbi” as condiment?
um, hi. i was wondering can you just use normal bean sprouts? thanks and
keep up the good work :]
AW i love her.
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