Thursday, February 19, 2009

My Try at Dduk-Gook

The other day, I tried to make my own dduk-gook following Julie's recipe. You can also get some tips from this Maangchi video.Soak the rice cake slices in water for about half hour.
I got this thinly sliced beef from Shirokiya. It was $6 per pound.
Season beef with sesame oil, salt, pepper, green onion, and garlic.
Spray some PAM or put sesame oil in pot to cook prepared beef
Pour water into the pot, boil, season with salt or soy sauce. Put sliced rice cake, cook until it's tender. Pour beaten egg into soup. Garnish with prepared seaweed and thinly sliced green onion. It tasted good, but Julie's was better.


Erick said...

That looks so good. Looks like a cookbook. Great photos!

SW said...

The final result came out just like Julie's from your previous post. Great job!! It look really good too..even the raw ingredients looks good in the photos..makes me hungry!!

Betty Townsend said...

This does look good. Good job. This afternoon my husband and I stopped at Oto's a Japanese market in the south part of Sacramento. They had Kobe style beef for $35 a lb.

jalna said...

$35 a pound!!

Dd said...

SOO....Lifetime has this program "Mom's cooking" it showcases daughters and sons who want to learn to cook dishes (most times is a whole meal, 2-4 dishes !) from their childhood that their mom's cooked all the time....the catch ?? it's a surprise for the mom's, they know nothing about it...kinda cool. Long story short, the other day, Korean mom cooked this dish !!