Video: How to make jjamppong

Jjamppong is a spicy Korean-Chinese noodle soup. Korean-Chinese, you ask? Yes, dishes like tang soo yook (sweet-and-sour pork) or jjang jjang myun (noodles with black bean sauce) or kkang pung saewoo (spicy fried shrimp) to name a few examples. Obviously there’s some influence from Korea’s neighbor on its northwest border, China.

In the video, I show you how quick and easy it is  to make dish! Make sure you have your ingredients prepped and ready to go, and don’t sweat it if you don’t have all the ingredients listed my recipe.

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  • Lizzy Do

    Another gorgeous soup!!! YUM!

    • kimchi_mom

      Thanks Lizzy!

  • Sandra

    what a great video and soup sounds as it looks yummy!!!! You looks fabulous confident and beautiful! Well done

  • Alice Choi

    Dude, LOVE the videos!!!! Does someone video tape you or do you have it set-up?

    • kimchi_mom

      Thanks Alice! In my earlier videos, my sister or mom (when she was visiting) helped me. Now I do it all myself while the kids are in school! Editing is time consuming, but I enjoy it!

  • Alice Choi

    Seriously LOVE the videos.. literally brings us into the kitchen with you . . and esp love this for Korean or Asian food. . where some people are intimidated. Nice job girl! Love this!