|The Complete Book of Korean Cooking|
|by Young Jin Song|
Typical traditional Korean dishes are defined by healthy, home-produced ingredients, low in fat and high in fibre, and natural tastes that can be ...
1 - 10 of 116 for korean bean sprouts
Clean and wash bean sprouts in cold water. ... stirring constantly. Add all other ingredients to bean sprouts, mix well with fork. Serve cold. 5 servings.
Wash bean sprouts. Steam for 3 minutes. Cool. For dressing, combine remaining ingredients and pour over sprouts. Stir and refrigerate.
Wash bean sprouts once or twice ... completely. Add all the seasonings and mix well with a fork. Keep in refrigerator for freshness. Serve cold. Serves 10.
For dressing: Mix oil, vinegar, tamari, garlic and pepper in a jar; shake well, set aside. 1. Place beansprouts, red pepper and scallions in a large ...
Boil contents 1 minute and then strain. Add 1 teaspoon salt or more to ones liking. Add 1 teaspoon of sesame oil. Add 1/2 teaspoon of sugar. Add 2 ...
Mix together in a large salad bowl. Put Korean Salad Dressing over ... together. Refrigerate until ready to serve. Salad dressing is good on other greens also.
Mix salad ingredients in bowl. Pour on sauce and toss.
On day before ... pieces. Dry. Toss together with bean sprouts, water chestnuts and eggs. At serving time add dressing and top with bacon. Serves 6 to 8.
Tear rinsed spinach ... pieces. Combine spinach, sprouts and water chestnuts. ... sugar, catsup, vinegar, onion and Worcestershire sauce. Stir and chill.
Clean and dry ... crisp and crumble. Layer spinach, bean sprouts and water chestnuts. Pour dressing over salad and sprinkle bacon and chopped egg on top.
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