유산슬 & 짬뽕국물: Stir-fried Vegetables and Jjampong Soup

Our SeoJinnie has changed!
SeoJinnie’s vision didn’t just come out of nowhere!!!

Of all the various “candidates”, what’s the choice for today’s lunch?

SeoJinnie is not anything.
The Stir-fried Vegetables and Jjampong Soup that Eldest Brother likes is chosen!

 

Stir-fried Vegetables & Jjampong Soup
(Yoo-san-seul & Jjam-ppong-guk-mul)

  1. Add dried shrimps and Dashima into roiling boiling water to make stock.
  2. Slice the pine mushrooms along it’s length.
  3. Slice the oyster mushrooms with the pine mushrooms too.
  4. Prepare the enoki mushrooms but cutting off its ends.
  5. The core of Stir-fried Vegetables – bamboo shoots, cut it along its length.
  6.  Pre-soak the black tree fungus in warm water too.
  7. Slice up lots of welsh onions (for both the Stir-fry and the Jjampong).
  8. Slice onions and carrots into strips too.
  9. Prepare the cabbage by ripping the leaves with your hands.
  10. Lastly, soak shrimps in water.
  11. Wash the crabs cleanly.
  12. Separate the innards and the flesh too.
  13. Put the crab shells in the stock.
  14. In oil flavoured with welsh onions, add minced garlic and stir-fry.
  15. Split the mixture into two woks to be cooked concurrently.
  16. Add red chili oil only to the Jjampong (portion).
  17. Add the pork to both woks and stir-fry just like the onions.
  18. When the meat is somewhat cooked, add the onions and carrots too.
  19. Add the oyster mushrooms too and fry together.
  20. To the Stir-fried Vegetable, add the bamboo shoots, the pine mushrooms and the enoki mushrooms too.
  21. Add pepper and salt to both woks for basic flavouring and continue stirring to prevent burning them.
  22. Add the pre-soaked Black Tree Fungus and crab meat to the Stir-fried vegetable.
  23. To the Jjampong, when the meat and vegetables are somewhat cooked, add in the stock (not all!) to create a broth.
  24. To create spiciness, add lots of red pepper flakes into the Jjampong.
  25. Add Chilli Bean Sauce (NOT Doenjang) according to taste.
  26. Add oyster sauce for a savoury, tasty flavour.
  27. Lastly, add some thick soy sauce (Jin Gan-jang) to season.
  28. When the Stir-fry is somewhat cooked, add enough stock.
  29. Stir-fried Vegetables too definitely need oyster sauce and thick soy sauce too!
  30. Add the chopped zuchinni and cabbages to the Jjampong.
  31. Lastly, add the crab shells for a finishing touch!
  32. Add the cabbages and onions too to the vegetable stir-fry.
  33. Add lots of chives too.
  34. For thick Stir-fried Vegetables, add starch solution and to prevent it from clumping, mix well.
  35. As a finishing touch, sprinkle shredded red pepper.

 

Jjan!

[tvN] 삼시세끼 어촌편3.E09.161209.720p-NEXT.mp4_20161212_102944.773.jpg

 

Lol, a little late…

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