New short project: Translating the recipes of the food made on Three Meals a Day on Deukryang Island Fishing Village Edition 3. First up is Clear Soup with Dumplings and Potatoes (Kamja-sujebi) by Eric Moon.
All recipes taken from the official Three Meals a Day Fishing Village Edition 3 website.
It’s not a straight literal translation because to the honest, the writer there is a bit OTT, lol. And also, the Ingredients list is my addition because the writer there really writes like Maangchi in her early days (search for the required ingredients yourself as you read the instructions!). But, the general contents are the work of the staff at Three Meals a Day! Pictures too!
Anyway, let’s get started!
For the Sujebi dough:
- Cooking oil
- Plain Flour
- Plastic bag
For the Soup:
- Young Pumpkin (zucchini)
- Add some oil into the plastic bag and spread it evenly. Add enough flour for three portions (this writer will never let you blame him/her for your failed cooking, heh), some salt and a little water and mix it well!
E-cipe: Mixing it in a bag protects your hands and makes dish-washing easier. Eric’s secret recipe!
2. If you don’t have a refrigerator, tie the bag and leave it in cool water to mature/ferment/ripen.
3. Wash the potatoes that you’re going to add to the Sujebi with a metal scrub to remove the skin.
E-cipe: Tip: (Like KyunSang) If you fob it off on your strong dongsaeng, it’s easier.
While Eric prepares the other ingredients, KyunSang takes the initiative to make the fire.
[Etc etc etc about their fire making adventure]
4. To the pot in which you added water, add anchovies and Dashima to make broth. (Adding it to cool water is fine too. After all, you’re going to boil it.)
5. While the water boils, slice the washed potatoes and onions in appropriate sizes. Even the young pumpkin that KyunSang found!
6. Remove the Dashima and add around 4 spoonfuls of Korean Soup-soy-sauce (Guk-Kanjang)
Tip: Checking intermediately, if you want it bland, season it with the Korean Soup-soy-sauce to your tastes. (Add another 4 spoonfuls of Korean Soup-soy-sauce.)
7. Cut the ripened dough in appropriate sizes and add it directly into the pot, please!
You can use your hands, but because he doesn’t want to stain his hands, he’s using a pair of scissors. ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ This is exactly E-cipe!
8. Add the potatoes that take the longest to cook into the pot, please!
9. When the water boils, add the pre-prepared, sliced onion and young pumpkin into the pot too. For spiciness, add pepper smoothly!
10. Lastly, if you mix a raw egg and pour it into the Sujebi in a circle, Potato Sujebi is done!
The totally satisfied expression of Eric who completed cooking and had a taste, ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ.