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Korean “Guksu” Soup Noodle (Bilingual Eng-Indonesia)

You can’t miss this sought over noodle snack in every food corner in Korea. Beautiful wheat vermicelli served with thin broth, nori seaweed, kimchi, and special soy sauce mix. It is surprisingly very easy to make at home. Here is the simple recipe for it.

(Teman-teman ini aku share resep untuk membuat camilan mie kuah yang populer di Korea, namanya Guksu. Guksu menggunakan mie misoa khas Korea yang berbeda dengan misoa di Indonesia. Cita rasa Guksu gurih, asam, gurih karena perpaduan topping kimchi dan rumput laut kering. Kali ini aku pakai kuah ayam sederhana dari rebusan tulang ayam direbus bersama bawang putih geprek. Yuk, bikin sama-sama)

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Ingredients:

– Korean thin vermicelli (misoa khas Korea)

– Thin chicken soup (kaldu ayam)

– kimchi

– nori seaweed (rumput laut kering)

Ganjang Sauce (Saus “Ganjang” nya): Mix together (campur bersama):

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  • Soy sauce (kecap asin)
  • Korean Gochugaru “red pepper flakes” (bubuk cabe merah Korea)
  • Green onion –> sliced (daun bawang –> potong tipis)
  • roasted sesame seeds (biji wijen panggang)

Steps:

  1. Boil the noodle following instruction on packaging. Drain and set aside. (Rebus misoa menurut petunjuk kemasan. Tiriskan dan sisihkan.)
  2. Place the noodle in a bowl. Pour with boiling chicken soup. (Letakkan misoa dalam mangkuk dan siram kaldu ayam panas.)
  3. Topping with kimchi, seaweed, and the sauce. Serve hot. (Sajikan dengan kimchi, nori rumput laut dan saus. Selamat menikmati.)
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