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Spicy Korean Chicken Wings Recipe

The first time I tried spicy Korean chicken wings were with my family when a Korean fried chicken franchise had just opened its shop in Jakarta back in 2013 or 2014.

It was the most delicious thing ever, and each of us polished off at least ten wings per person. There was a neat stack of empty paper buckets by the end of a very satisfying lunch.

Since then, I have been working on the recipe to recreate those finger-licking wings.

Bake chicken wings in the oven until golden brown.

Step 1: Fry chicken wings in the oven

Most chicken fingers recipes start with deep frying. I have nothing against that, but I prefer if I can avoid deep frying if possible.

Here are the steps to fry our chicken wings in an oven:

1. Prep the oven and baking sheet.

Preheat the oven to 250 Fahrenheit (120 Celsius). Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil. Insert a wire rack into the lined baking sheet and brush it with oil to prevent sticking.

2. Prepare chicken wings.

Pat dry chicken wings and toss them with baking powder and salt to coat. Arrange chicken wings on the wire rack, and make sure they don’t touch each other.

3. Bake chicken wings in an oven.

Bake using the lower rack in the preheated oven for 30 minutes. Increase the temperature to 425 Fahrenheit (220 Celsius), transfer the wings to an upper rack, and continue baking for another 45 minutes, or until the wings are golden brown and crispy.

Spicy Korean Chicken Wings

Spicy Korean Chicken Wings

Step 2: Prepare spicy gochujang sauce ingredients

While your wings are cooking nicely in the oven, it is time to make the sauce. We will need:

  • oil
  • garlic
  • ginger
  • sugar
  • rice vinegar
  • soy sauce
  • gochujang (Korean chili paste).

Gochujang is Korean chili paste, and this is what gives Korean fried chicken its signature bold red color and spicy kick.

You can buy Gochujang in most Asian grocery stores. The paste usually comes in either a red plastic tub or a glass jar. If you plan to cook more Korean recipes, get the 500-grams or even the 1-kilogram tub/jar.

Spicy Korean Chicken Wings

Spicy Korean Chicken Wings

Step 3: Cook spicy gochujang sauce to glace chicken wings

1. Cook gochujang sauce.

Sauté garlic and ginger until fragrant in a large frying pan/wok over medium heat, about 3 minutes. Add remaining sauce ingredients and cook on low heat for 3 minutes. Turn off the heat but let the frying pan/wok sits on the stove’s heat sauce to keep it warm.

TIPS: Choose a large frying pan or wok since it will be easier to toss the chickens in the sauce.

2. Glace chicken wings.

Remove fried chicken wings from the oven, add them to the cooked sauce and gently toss to coat them evenly.

Transfer the wings to a serving plate and sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds or crushed peanuts. Serve the chicken wings immediately with some cold beer.

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Korean Oven Roasted Pork Belly Recipe

Pork belly lovers, rejoice! This Korean style oven roasted pork belly is super easy, super fast, and super delicious. Well, don’t count calories when eating this, but once in a while, indulging in yummy pork belly dish like this is okay. And, you can cut this into thin slices and stuff it in your favorite sandwich and pair it with the equally easy and delicious spicy onion salad, that way, the calorie count can be lowered but you still end up with lip smacking meal.

Korean Oven Roasted Pork Belly

Prepping and roasting/baking the pork belly

For the pork belly roast, you will need 1 kilogram of pork belly. I bought mine from Costco, and they already come in thin cuts, so there is no need to cut anymore. If yours come in one big slab, I suggest cutting them into thinner cuts so the cooking time is short. If you want to leave it in one big slab, increase cooking time, just make sure the inner temperature reaches 63-71 Celsius (145-160 Fahrenheit), you don’t want to end up with undercooked meat and risk food poisoning.

Let’s make our marinade for the pork bellies. You will need:

  • doenjiang or Korean soy bean paste (like this or this)
  • honey
  • oil
  • grated garlic
  • grated ginger

Here is the step-by-step from marinating to roasting:

  1. Mix all the marinating sauce ingredients in a mixing bowl, add the pork bellies and coat really well, and marinate for 15 minutes.
  2. You can preheat the oven now, and it should reach desired 218 Celsius (425 Fahrenheit) when the pork is finished marinating.
  3. Meanwhile, line your baking tray with aluminum foil, and place a wire rack that fits in the tray. Spray or brush the wire rack with oil to prevent sticking.
  4. Place the pork belly on top of the wire rack, and roast/bake.
Korean Oven Roasted Pork Belly

Korean Oven Roasted Pork Belly

Preparing the onion salad

Meanwhile, let’s make the onion salad:

  1. Thinly slice 200 gram onion and 100 gram shallot. Soak in plenty of cold water for 10 minutes to remove bitterness. Drain well. If you want a milder onion taste, you can increase the soaking time up to 30 minutes.
  2. Mix together onion and shallot with gochugaru (Korean chili flakes), sugar, soy sauce, rice vinegar, sesame oil, toasted sesame seeds, and ground black pepper.
  3. Chill in the fridge until needed.

The onion salad is usually served chilled, and goes extremely well with the roast pork bellies.

Korean Oven Roasted Pork Belly

Korean Oven Roasted Pork Belly

Serving Korean roasted pork belly together with onion salad

Once the pork belly is out from the oven, let it rest first for 10 minutes. Then cut into thin slices. Serve the pork belly together with chilled spicy onion salad and steamed white rice. If you want, you can also serve with hamburger buns and make for an unusual and interesting way to serve the pork belly, of course don’t forget to put in the spicy onion salad into your hamburger buns.

Korean Oven Roasted Pork Belly

Korean Oven Roasted Pork Belly

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Gyeran Bbang – Korean Egg Bread Recipe

Here is an easy breakfast idea from Korea, gyeran bbang – Korean egg bread. Make in standard muffin cups, the recipe yields 6, but easily doubled to yield 12 for a full size standard muffin pan.

Gyeran Bbang – Korean Egg Bread

Smaller sized eggs are better

In most of my baked goods recipes, I assume most people will default to large eggs. But for this recipe, smaller size eggs, like US small, or US medium, will work better. If you don’t mind with overflowing, you can push it with US large eggs, but definitely not US extra large. Trust me, it will be a messy affair cleaning up your oven afterwards.

Gyeran Bbang - Korean Egg Bread

Gyeran Bbang – Korean Egg Bread

One bowl and one whisk

This is a very easy recipe. To mix the recipe, you only need to put all batter ingredients in a bowl, and hand whisk until smooth. Next, just divide batter to fill 6 standard size muffin cups, and top each with an egg, and sprinkle with salt, pepper, and parsley. After 25 minutes of baking, you will be greeted with a wonderful egg bread for breakfast.

Gyeran Bbang - Korean Egg Bread

Gyeran Bbang – Korean Egg Bread

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Bakwan Jagung ala Pancake Korea – Corn Fritters ala Korean Pancake Recipe

I love bakwan jagung (Indonesian corn fritters), and every summer when corns are bountiful, I make sure I buy plenty of fresh corns to stave off the cravings.

But summer is not exactly a fun time to deep fry, so I transformed traditional bakwan jagung recipe into Korean pancake.

It tastes absolutely delicious! I hope you will give my bakwan jagung ala pancake Korea – corn fritters ala Korean pancake a try.

Bakwan Jagung ala Pancake Korea – Corn Fritters ala Korean Pancake

A thicker bakwan jagung batter

This recipe is a cross between my bakwan jagung (corn fritters) recipe and my kimchi pancake recipe.

The bakwan jagung pancake batter is based on the bakwan recipe, while the cooking method is based on the Korean pancake recipe.

I use more corn and less water resulting in a thicker batter which is closer to Korean pancake batter.

Bakwan Jagung ala Pancake Korea - Corn Fritters ala Korean Pancake

Bakwan Jagung ala Pancake Korea – Corn Fritters ala Korean Pancake

Sambal kecap tomat as dipping sauce

Dipping sauce for Korean pancakes usually consists of soy sauce, rice vinegar, gochugaru, sesame seeds, and sesame oil.

But since this is basically a modified bakwan jagung recipe, I decided to use Indonesian sambal kecap tomat as dipping sauce.

I think it works beautifully, and the taste matches this Indonesian-Korean fusion corn fritters pancake really well.

Bakwan Jagung ala Pancake Korea - Corn Fritters ala Korean Pancake

Bakwan Jagung ala Pancake Korea – Corn Fritters ala Korean Pancake

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Korean Spicy Pork Zucchini Stew Recipe

Cold weather is the best time to enjoy a steaming pot of spicy dish, especially with how cold the weather gets in Minnesota, this is the perfect time to share the recipe for Korean spicy pork zucchini stew. It should take only 30 minutes from start to finish, so this is a good dish to prepare when you are busy and cold.

Korean Spicy Pork Zucchini Stew.

Must have Korean ingredients

This dish requires several Korean sauce and spices, and I will provide a good substitution for each when an acceptable substitute is available:

  • Gochujang (spicy paste), no substitute.
  • Gookganjang (soy sauce for soup), the best substitute is Japanese white soy sauce, followed with Japanese usukuchi soy sauce, and worst substitute is regular soy sauce.
  • Gochugaru (chili powder), there are two versions of gochugaru, fine and coarse, feel free to use whichever one you have. Although not ideal, gochugaru can be substituted with regular chili powder/paprika powder.
  • Anchovy sauce, substitute with Thai fish sauce.
Korean Spicy Pork Zucchini Stew.

Korean Spicy Pork Zucchini Stew.

Pork cut and cooking tips

This stew doesn’t require expensive cuts since the meat is thinly sliced, I usually either use pork belly, or pork shoulder. Also, don’t cook the pork too long or it can tend to become tough and chewy. Instead once you see that most of the pork color turns pale (no longer pink), quickly follow with the rest of the cooking steps.

Korean Spicy Pork Zucchini Stew.

Korean Spicy Pork Zucchini Stew.

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Korean Jja Jang Myeon Recipe

Jja jang myeon is a Chinese Korean noodle dish with thick black bean paste sauce, diced pork, and vegetables. Although this dish has a Chinese origin and derived from Chinese zha jiang mian, overtime, jja jang myeon has become uniquely Korean and is probably the most ubiquitous noodle dish in Korea.

Korean Jja Jang Myeon.

Chunjang (black bean paste)

The most important ingredient to make jja jang myeon is chunjang, or black bean paste. To make jja jang sauce, we fry chunjang in oil with a little bit of sugar, then scoop out the cooked paste. Once fried, chunjang is now called jja jang, and is the main ingredient to make jja jang myeon sauce. So yeah, although it seems like an extra step, you do need to fry your store bought black bean paste first. If you don’t do this step, your sauce will probably be still okay, but you may detect bitterness which the frying step will get rid off.

Korean Jja Jang Myeon.

Korean Jja Jang Myeon.

Jjajang guksu (Jjajang noodles)

If it is possible, try to get jjajang guksu, which is the correct noodles to use. For those without easy access to Korean market, the dried version is probably easier since you can probably order them online. If you definitely cannot find jjajang guksu, your next best bet is other Asian thick wheat noodles such as Japanese udon. If all else fails, even a batch of spaghetti is quite okay as last resort.

Korean Jja Jang Myeon.

Korean Jja Jang Myeon.

Toppings or no toppings

If I just want a quick batch of jja jang noodles, I don’t usually make toppings, just some thinly sliced scallions since that’s the quickest and easiest for me. But if you want to, you can add one fried egg, or one hard boiled egg, some thinly sliced cucumbers, some pickled daikon slices, and some thinly sliced onions for an even more complete version of jja jang myeon. Either way, don’t forget to slurp when enjoying your jja jang myeon!

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Spicy Korean Gochujang Pork Stir Fry Recipe

Ingredients for spicy Korean gochujang pork stir-fry: pork, onion, apple, ginger, garlic, scallions, soy sauce, brown sugar, gochujang, toasted sesame oil, and toasted sesame seeds.

Learning a new cuisine is fun but can be challenging. That’s why it is important to start with an easy recipe that will keep you motivated to keep on learning.

This spicy Korean gochujang pork stir-fry is a good starting recipe for anyone new to Korean cooking. Aside from gochujang, the rest of the ingredients should be very familiar if you regularly cook Asian dishes at home.

(1) Sauté garlic and onion. (2) Add pork and its marinating sauce. (3) Toss in scallions and sesame seeds.

(1) Sauté garlic and onion. (2) Add pork and its marinating sauce. (3) Toss in scallions and sesame seeds.

Ingredients for spicy Korean gochujang pork stir-fry

We will need thinly sliced pork, onion, apple, garlic, ginger, scallions, soy sauce, brown sugar, gochujang, toasted sesame oil, and toasted sesame seeds.

Apple

Use any variety of apple with a sweet taste, such as Fuji apples. You can also use Asian pears to replace apples.

Gochujang

Gochujang is a staple seasoning in Korean cuisine. Commonly translated as Korean chili paste, this spicy condiment is made from red chilies, glutinous rice, fermented soybeans, and salt.

You can find gochujang in any Asian market, and lately, I have even spotted gochujang in mainstream grocery stores. The chili paste usually comes in a plastic tub or a glass jar. If you often prepare Korean dishes at home, you can easily finish a 500-gram tub/jar within two months.

Spicy Korean gochujang pork stir-fry, garnished with thinly sliced scallions and toasted sesame seeds.

Spicy Korean gochujang pork stir-fry, garnished with thinly sliced scallions and toasted sesame seeds.

Step-by-step cooking guide

1. Prepare marinade

Use a food processor/blender to puree onion, apple, ginger, and garlic. Transfer to a mixing bowl and combine with soy sauce, brown sugar, gochujang, and toasted sesame oil.

2. Marinade pork

Add pork to the bowl of marinade. Mix well and set aside for 30 minutes.

3. Stir fry pork

Heat oil in a wok over medium-high heat. Sauté garlic and onion until onion is translucent, about 2 minutes.

Add pork along with all the marinating sauce. Stir and cook for 5 minutes or until the sauce is thick and the pork is cook. Turn off the heat and garnish with scallions and sesame seeds.

4. Serving

Serve the pork stir-fry immediately with steamed white rice.

Serve spicy Korean gochujang pork stir-fry hot with steamed white rice.

Serve spicy Korean gochujang pork stir-fry hot with steamed white rice.

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Resep Mudah Membuat Korean BBQ ala Resto di Rumah

Korean BBQ di rumah ? ini yang harus disiapkan !

Serba serbi berbau Korea memang tak pernah ada habisnya untuk dibahas, mulai
dari K-pop, K-drama sampai hidangan ala Korea yang semakin hari semakin
beragam jenisnya dengan mudah bisa kita temukan di sekitar. Begitu Pula dengan
perkembangan restoran ala Korea yang jumlahnya semakin banyak dan mampu
bertahan cukup lama dalam siklus tren kuliner. Hal ini tentunya tak bisa
dilepaskan dari pengaruh minat konsumen atau masyarakat kita terhadap budaya
Korea yang menyerap masuk lewat sajian drama maupun tayangan klip video
musiknya. Tak bisa disangkal minat masyarakat kita akan tren Korea ini begitu
tinggi terbukti dengan pencatatan Indonesia sebagai negara dengan jumlah Army
(Fans BTS) terbanyak peringkat ke 3 di dunia. Jadi jangan heran jika beberapa
waktu kemarin promo kerjasama antara sebuah brand fast food dan BTS berakhir
dengan antusiasme yang melampaui perkiraan sehingga promonya terpaksa
dihentikan jauh sebelum waktu yang dijadwalkan.

Terlepas dari intermezo di atas, bagi saya pribadi sajian ala Korea memang
layak mendapat tempat istimewa baik dari segi rasa, tampilan maupun kandungan
gizi dan bahan-bahan yang digunakan. Beragam olahan sayuran selalu hadir
menemani rangkaian hidangan Korea yang disajikan, salah satu yang paling
sering kita temukan adalah varian Banchan atau hidangan pendamping yang
disajikan bersama Korean BBQ.

Nah berbicara tentang Korean BBQ tentunya sebagian besar dari kalian yang
membaca tulisan ini pasti sudah pernah mencoba atau paling tidak pernah
melihat tampilannya muncul dalam adegan K-drama. Daging yang dipanggang
langsung di atas meja disajikan dengan beragam sajian pendamping serta daun
selada segar, selalu berhasil membuat kita yang melihat tergoda untuk
mencicipi.

Saat ini untuk menikmati Korean BBQ sendiri tergolong mudah, banyak resto
yang menawarkan menu ini dari yang terjangkau sampai yang menyajikan kualitas
daging terbaik tentunya untuk yang satu ini kita harus rela merogoh kocek yang
lebih. Tapi tenang saja, menikmati sajian BBQ ala Korea tak harus pergi
ke resto karena kita bisa membuatnya dengan mudah di rumah, dengan bahan-bahan
yang mudah ditemukan. 

Jika kalian ada rencana untuk merayakan sesuatu yang spesial di rumah bersama
keluarga atau kerabat dekat, Korean BBQ bisa menjadi salah satu pilihan
menarik yang wajib dicoba. Ngobrol sembari menikmati daging panggang dengan
aneka banchan atau seteguk soju tentunya mampu menciptakan momen yang penuh
kebersamaan. 

Berikut ini kita akan mengajak kalian membuat Korean BBQ di rumah, dari
persiapan bahan sampai resep dan cara membuatnya. Yuk disimak 

Korean BBQ di Rumah

Membuat Korean BBQ ala resto di rumah

Secara umum Korean BBQ terdiri dari beberapa bagian yaitu :

  • Daging (Pork, Beef, Chicken) : Tentunya daging adalah bagian paling
    penting dari Korean BBQ,
    biasanya yang paling umum dipakai adalah  pork belly
    (Samgyeopsal) , daging sapi ( Galbi : short ribs serta
    Bulgogi: sirloin, ribeye, dan brisket yang diiris tipis). Penggunaan
    daging ayam dan seafood juga kerap kita temukan sebagai alternatif bagi yang
    tidak menyukai dua jenis daging lainnya. 
  • Saus Marinasi : merupakan campuran saus yang berfungsi untuk
    membumbui daging sebelum dibakar. Setelah dicampur dengan bumbu, daging
    sebaiknya disimpan dalam kulkas minimal selama 1 jam agar bumbu lebih
    meresap. Untuk samgyeopsal, lebih baik tidak dicampur bumbu marinasi karena
    rasanya sudah sangat gurih cukup ditaburi sedikit garam. 
  • Banchan (hidangan pendamping): Banchan atau panchan adalah hidangan
    pendamping yang disajikan dalam tradisi kuliner Korea. Biasanya dihidangkan
    dalam mangkuk atau piring-piring kecil. Banchan sendiri terdiri dari
    berbagai jenis seperti Kimchi (sayuran yang difermentasi),
    Namul (sayuran yang ditumis atau direndam dengan bumbu seperti minyak
    wijen, garam, cuka, bawang putih, daun bawang, bubuk cabai, atau kecap
    asin.)  Jorrim (makanan yang dimasak dengan saus.),
    Jjim

    ( makanan yang dikukus) dan Jeon ( panekuk atau pancake asin seperti
    Pajeon; pancake daun bawang atau Kimchijeon: pancake kimchi)
  • Dipping Sauce : Merupakan saus pencelup yang digunakan saat daging
    sudah matang, salah satu jenis saus pencelup yang paling populer adalah
    Ssamjang (saus pedas). Membuat ssamjang hanya dengan mengaduk
    bahan-bahan menjadi satu tanpa melalui proses dimasak terlebih dahulu. 
  • Sayuran Segar : Bagian lain yang sama pentingnya yaitu sayuran segar
    bisa berupa selada atau sayuran lainnya, dalam tradisi Korea daging yang
    sudah dibakar dimakan dengan sayuran seperti selada dengan posisi seperti
    dibungkus. Letakkan sayuran kemudian banchan, lalu daging dan terakhir
    Ssamjang. Tangkupkan sayuran lalu makan sekaligus, perpaduan semua rasa jadi
    satu . Selain selada untuk menambah lengkap Korean BBQ jangan lupa siapkan
    bawang putih kupas yang diiris serta cabe lombok hijau. Nantinya bawang
    putih dan cabai ini dipanggang bersama daging dan dinikmati sebagai
    pelengkap BBQ.
Ssamjang
Ssamjang – Korean Spicy Dipping Sauce

Cabe hijau untuk melengkapi Korean BBQ
Irisan cabe hijau  / cheong-gochu

Samgyupsal with Enoki mushroom
Jamur enoki dibalut dengan irisan Samgyupsal

Panjeon (pancake daun bawang)
Panjeon (pancake daun bawang)

Telur dadar dengan campuran kimchi dan mirin
Korean marinade sauce

Korean Bulgogi Marinated Sauce 

MEMBUAT SAUS MARINADE UNTUK KOREAN BBQ

Korean (Bulgogi) Marinated Sauce
(diadaptasi dari
@maangchi untuk 500
gram daging)
 
Bahan-bahan:


  • ½ cup pear korea dihaluskan
  • ¼ cup bawang bombay dihaluskan
  • 4 siung bawang putih cincang
  • 1 sdt jahe parut
  • 1 batang daun bawang, cincang
  • 2 sdm soy sauce (kikkoman)
  • 2 sdm brown sugar
  • sejumput merica bubuk
  • 1 sdm minyak wijen
  • optional biji wijen sangrai


Cara Membuat:

  1. Campur semua bahan jadi satu, kemudian campurkan dengan daging yang
    sudah disiapkan. Saya pakai short plate.
  2. Campur rata, tutup dengan cling wrap, simpan dalam kulkas hingga
    bumbu marinasi meresap. Daging siap dipanggang.

step by step cara membuat bumbu marinasi untuk bulgogi ala
Korea

MEMBUAT DIPPING SAUS UNTUK KOREAN BBQ

Ssamjang – Korean Dipping Sauce

Ssamjang (Korean Barbecue Dipping Sauce) 

Bahan-Bahan: 

  • 1/4 cup doenjang (pasta kedelai fermentasi Korea)
  • 2 sdm gochujang (pasta cabai Korea)
  • 1 sdm sirup beras korea (bisa diganti madu atau sirup jagung)
  • 1 sdm minyak wijen 
  • 2 daun bawang (40g), iris tipis
  • 2 bawang putih (10g), cincang
  • 2 sdt (4g) biji wijen panggang

Cara Membuat: 

  1. Dalam mangkuk kecil, aduk bersama doenjang, gochujang, sirup beras,
    minyak wijen, daun bawang, bawang putih, dan biji wijen sampai
    tercampur rata. Sajikan, atau pindahkan ke wadah kedap udara dan
    dinginkan hingga siap digunakan.
Ssamjang (Korean Barbecue Dipping Sauce) 

MEMBUAT PANJEON (PANCAKE DAUN BAWANG ALA KOREA)


Panjeon (Pancake daun bawang) salah satu banchan Korean
BBQ

Panjeon (Pancake Daun Bawang)

Bahan-Bahan:

  • Daun bawang (bisa pakai kucai)
  • 1/2 cup Tepung serbaguna
  • 1/2 cup Air
  • 1 sdt Pasta kedelai 
  • 1/2 sdt Gula
  • Minyak sayur secukupnya 

Cara membuat:

  1. Bersihkan, cuci, dan tiriskan segenggam daun bawang kucai  atau
    sekitar 10 batang daun bawang biasa.
  2. Potong menjadi potongan sepanjang 5 inchi
  3. Buat adonan dengan mencampur  tepung,  air,  pasta
    kedelai, dan  gula dalam mangkuk. Aduk  hingga adonan
    tercampur rata.
  4. Letakkan wajan anti lengket di atas kompor dan panaskan.
  5. Tambahkan sekitar 3 sdm minyak sayur kedalam wajan yang sudah
    dipanaskan.
  6. Letakkan bawang hijau di atas wajan sejajar satu sama lain, dalam
    bentuk persegi panjang.
  7. Tuang adonan di atas daun bawang secara merata.
  8. Masak hingga bagian bawah panekuk berwarna coklat keemasan lalu
    balikkan dan masak sisi satunya hingga matang. Angkat dan siap
    disajikan bersama Korean BBQ

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[Recipe] KOREAN SNACK JOLLY PONG LATTE/ PONG CRUSH

PONG CRUSH or JOLLY PONG LATTE is the one newest trends in Korea. The drink creation uses Jolly Pong Korean puffed rice snack and it is very easy to make, you can check the following tutorial/ recipe.

Jolly Pong is our new found love, the texture is really light, puffy yet crunchy. It is lightly sweetened with caramel-like glaze and can be enjoyed in various ways whether as snack or even cereal with milk. So good, we can easily finish one pack in no time. Besides original, there’s Jolly Pong with mini marshmallows version as well.

Jolly Pong

AnakJajan must give Jolly Pong our stamp of approval and put it in the list of our MUST TRY KOREAN SNACKS RECOMMENDATION.

In Indonesia, you can find Jolly Pong online or at supermarkets with imported goods such as Mugunghwa Korean supermarket/ Market City PIK/ Grand Lucky SCBD in Jakarta.

For unique creation, you can try the latest trend simply by combining milk and Jolly Pong in mixer resulting nice cereal milk blend drink called PONG CRUSH or Jolly Pong Latte. You can check following Youtube video for the complete recipe and tutorial on how to make the drink.

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For Pong Crush, here are the ingredients: Jolly Pong, ice cubes, vanilla ice cream, milk, condensed milk (optional for sweeter version). Simply blend everything together and add more Jolly Pong as topping, easy peasy!


The milky drink creation is seriously so good! Must try especially for cereal milk lovers. Give it a try and let us know what do you think about it.

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ANAKJAJAN X BOJA EATERY JAKARTA – Korean Toast

Dear Sahabat Jajan, we’re excited yet nervous to share the news that AnakJajan is collaborating with Boja Eatery for Korean inspired toast menu. UPDATE: It has been launched on August 23rd 2020 and ended on September 23rd 2020, thank you for enthusiasm 🙂

Being at home for months, we miss traveling so much. Thanks to Korean drama and tv show, we miss going to Korea even more, that’s why we often cook Korean dishes as well as Korean inspired toast.

Hongdae Toast IDR 59k, Myeongdong Toast IDR 79k

If you follow @anakjajan Instagram stories, you will notice that we make Korean toast very often. Soooo often, we have perfected the recipe with all kinds of ingredients including our special Honey Garlic Butter and also not forgetting condensed milk for great balance of flavor.

As you can see from the packaging, it looks like travel bag with luggage tag because we want to invite you all to join a virtual trip to Korea through our exclusive menu.

Finally these toast creations are ready for you all to try thanks to Boja Eatery for making this collaboration project happen.

After long trial and error, the product is ready to be launched on August 23rd 2020. #AnakJajanxBoja menu is ready both for dine-in and delivery (GrabFood: Boja – Pluit, GoFood: JAJAN di BOJA Pluit, Tokopedia for H+1 preorder https://www.tokopedia.com/bojatogo )
(please note that there might be price difference for GrabFood & GoFood delivery)

Hongdae Toast IDR 59k

In total there are 3 toast creations and 3 types of drinks and it will be available for limited period of time. Let’s take a closer look shall we? 🙂


DRINKS
Kedongdaemun Juice IDR 35k, Gangnam Beauty IDR 35k, Coffee Drip IDR 25k/pack or 60k/3packs
There are two perfect companion for toast in our opinions. First is refreshing sweet and sour drink like pink lemonade or Gangnam Beauty and kedondong juice or Kedongdaemun Juice.

Second is coffee of course!! You can experience brewing your own coffee with this instant coffee drip, it can be enjoyed hot or with ice.
Please note that instant coffee drip has no sugar and no milk in it, you can enjoy it as it is or add sugar according to your tastebud.


TOAST
Hongdae Toast IDR 59k
Ok, let’s start with this one, meatless version with hashbrown as the main ingredient.
The bread is toasted with butter until golden with thick layer of ingredients such as Korean omelette, cheese, honey garlic butter, and lots of love 🙂

Hongdae Toast IDR 59k

It is the most simple toast creation but packed with all kind flavors, savory, cheesy creamy buttery but not too much, and… also a subtle hint of sweetness.

Hongdae Toast IDR 59k

You can also order Toast Package with drink: Hongdae Toast + Kedongdaemun Juice/ Gangnam Beauty IDR 85k, or Hongdae Toast + Coffee Drip IDR 75k.

Myeongdong Toast IDR 79k
Myeongdong Toast uses bratwurst sausage. You will get juicy meaty sensation on each bite, yummm!

Myeongdong Toast IDR 79k

Anyway, each toast will get sweet potato chips as side dish, it gives a nice crunchy sensation. Toast Package with drink is also available for this one: Myeongdong Toast + Kedongdaemun Juice/ Gangnam Beauty IDR 105k, or Myeongdong Toast + Coffee Drip IDR 95k.

Itaewon Toast IDR 89k
Ok, last but not least, the most special and festive one, Itaewon Toast with smoked beef brisket. It has the MOST COMPLEX flavor because we combine lot of different sauces and ingredients such as honey garlic butter, peanut butter, berry jam, etc. Yup you read it right, peanut butter and berry jam 🙂

Itaewon Toast IDR 89k

If you notice, Korean often add a bit of sweet taste in their toast/ sandwich, it makes it really interesting and tasty. Don’t worry it will not taste too sweet at all, you will get just a little hint of nutty and fruity flavors in it, it makes the smoked beef brisket toast not too heavy and packed with flavors. Please give it a try because it’s one of a kind.

Toast package with drink: Itaewon Toast + Kedongdaemun Juice/ Gangnam Beauty IDR 115k, or Itaewon Toast + Coffee Drip IDR 105k.


Who’s excited??? We hope you all enjoy it as much as we do. Get yourself ready because diet is prohibited during these months. Until then, sit back, relax, and enjoy your toast 🙂

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