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“Our accommodating waiter was happy to liberally squeeze the blistering sauce known as kochujang into the mix before tossing and stirring the ingredients tableside.”
“Her vinaigrettes often incorporate kochujang, the spicy pepper paste that is part of the Korean flavor trinity, along with soy sauce and the fermented soybean paste doenjang.”
“-- Asian chili paste, preferably Korean (kochujang) -- Soy sauce, to taste”
“Sake Kasu marinated, wood-roasted Chilean Sea Bass with lime kochujang sauce in red leaf lettuce cups.”
“They add to this bounty bubbling iron bowls of bean paste casserole and steamed eggs, and bring vast piles of bright green lettuce and slaw, small bowls of sesame oil and salt, soybean paste and the fiery hot sauce known as kochujang.”
“This consisted of “Calamari fritti tossed in spicy kochujang vinaigrette served over Kula greens in a crispy won ton basket” The vinaigrette had the flavor of a sweetened cocktail sauce, but wasn’t at all thick.”
“The Korean BBQ cart’s version gets topped with what looks like mustard and ketchup, but is actually mustard and once again kochujang.”
“I don’t think I was ever deluded into thinking these tacos would come close to equaling Kogi (and I was right), but they weren’t all that bad. $6 for two, the “short ribs” (aka boneless galbi) get stirred up with chopped veggies and kochujang, the slightly sweet and spicy red sauce that usually gets poured on top of bi bim bap.”
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