Korean food recipes, pork stew

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I. Introduction to Korean food Pork Stew (Jjigae)

  • Explanation of what pork stew is and its popularity in Korean cuisine

II. Popular Variations of Pork Stew

  • Kimchi Jjigae
  • Doenjang Jjigae
  • Sundubu Jjigae

III. How to make Pork Stew at home

  • Ingredients and preparation methods for each variation
  • Serving suggestions and tips


Pork stew, also known as Jjigae, is a popular and comforting dish in Korean cuisine. Jjigae is a type of stew, typically made with a variety of ingredients such as pork, vegetables, and a spicy or savory broth. In this article, we will explore the different variations of pork stew, their unique flavors, and how to make them at home.

Popular Variations of Pork Stew

I. Kimchi Jjigae: One of the most popular Korean recipes, Kimchi Jjigae is a spicy stew made with kimchi, pork belly or pork shoulder, onions, garlic, and scallions. The kimchi gives the stew its distinct sour and spicy flavor, while the pork adds a rich and savory taste.

II. Doenjang Jjigae: Another traditional Korean recipe, Doenjang Jjigae is a savory stew made with doenjang, a type of fermented soybean paste, pork, tofu, onions, and scallions. The doenjang gives the stew its rich and savory flavor, with a hint of sweetness from the soybean paste.

III. Sundubu Jjigae: A Korean recipe that is a bit more elaborate, Sundubu Jjigae is a savory stew made with sundubu, a type of soft tofu, pork, seafood, onions, and scallions. The sundubu gives the stew its creamy texture, while the seafood and pork add a rich and savory flavor.

How to make Pork Stew at home

To make pork stew at home, you will need the following ingredients: kimchi, pork belly or pork shoulder, onions, garlic, scallions for Kimchi Jjigae, doenjang, tofu, onions, and scallions for Doenjang Jjigae, sundubu, pork, seafood, onions, and scallions for Sundubu Jjigae. The preparation method for each variation is similar, but the ingredients and spices used are different.

To serve, place the stew in a bowl and serve it with steamed rice. You can also add a raw egg to sundubu jjigae before eating to make it more rich and creamy.

In conclusion, Pork stew is a popular and comforting dish that is enjoyed by many in Korean cuisine. It is easy to make and can be customized to suit individual taste preferences. Whether you prefer kimchi jjigae, doenjang jjigae, or sundubu jjigae, pork stew is sure to be a satisfying and delicious meal. Try these traditional Korean recipes at home and enjoy the flavors of Korea.

Let me introduce the recipe for pork stew.

Preparation ingredients (for 2 to 3 servings)

250g of pork front leg meat.

1/2 a head of tofu

One green onion.

half an onion

Two hot peppers.

A bit of enoki mushroom.

The glass noodles are a bit…

2 tablespoons minced garlic

2 tablespoons of chili powder.

1 tablespoon of soy sauce.

a tablespoon of cooking wine

1 page ginger powder or dried ginger slice

600ml of water + 1 tablespoon of tuna liquid

Soak the glass noodles in warm water before you prepare it.

Pork is good if you use front leg meat.

Chop green onions, onions, and hot peppers.
Cut tofu into bite-sized pieces.

Put meat and other ingredients in a pot.

Pork stew has a lot of minced garlic in it.

Please add a lot of garlic.

Put all the ingredients in here.

Mix red pepper powder, soy sauce, and cooking wine.

I’ll add some ginger.

Add the sauce, too.

Mix 600ml of water with 1 tablespoon of tuna liquid and pour into a pot.

Bring to a boil, mixing until the sauce is dissolved.

Boil the meat until it’s cooked and enjoy it while it’s warm.

Make spicy, spicy, and soupy pork stew.

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