Food frenzy #39



Not again, you say. Guilty as charged except that I’ve now added naengmyeon to the mix. I’ve been having naengmyeon for the past three days at three different restaurants. Resistance is futile, if I may add.

5 Thoughts on “Food frenzy #39

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  2. lets get some naengmyeon next time!!! i love it too!!!! and the other spicy kind also YUMZZZZZZ!

  3. admin on May 11, 2012 at 11:10 AM said:

    Mel – Yes ! I just tried bibim naengmyeon for the first time yesterday and it’s super tasty too. There’s a Korean restaurant in Wan Chai we can head to after your/ my class. When !

  4. you can pick up naengmyeon in packages in Korean markets, both in the frozen and dried goods sections. i have the same addiction that returns every summer, so definitely worth it to make this at home and save a few bucks. the cold soup mix or chili paste are usually also included in the package, but they don’t taste like those in the restaurant. i like to make the chilled kimchee soup version, instead: cut up about a cup of kimchee with scissors, 1 tsp of white vinegar (you’ll figure out your preferred amount soon), 1/2 cup water, handful of ice cubes. let me know if instructions to cook the noodles isn’t in English, i’ll email it to you. the sodium in kimchee should give you enough salt, but feel free to add if you think you need more. you basically cook it the same as other noodles, just make sure that you check the nyunmyung, don’t over cook it, and rinse it several times to stop cooking and get rid of the starch. this is passed along to me from my friend, hope you’ll like it too. 🙂

  5. admin on July 27, 2012 at 5:21 PM said:

    luz – Ah, thanks ! Now need to go search for instant naengmyeon pronto !

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