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The matador swings his bright yellow forelock in front of a small, aggressive pig. The pig is squealing desperately, raked the earth with his hoofs, but does not attack; matador, in addition to the performance of hair-making veronicas and derechasos, stomping his feet, branding his fists and yelling “I’ll swallow you, filthy pig!”. And because it is not known how this political corrida (Trump versus Kim III) will end (and whether after that Korea will remain on our globe), I decided to try Korean cuisine. Namely stewed chicken in Korean style.
It comes out quite tasty. Let’s start with the ingredients:
From abundance and quality of the ingredients, it seems to me, what this meal is rather South Korean. The list does not correspond to the assortment of grocery stores in the country of victorious socialism. In no way.
Well, let’s get to the point.
It’s very simple, really.
Better eat this with rice or with rice noodles. And kimchi, by the way, will be very to the point.
Worth: Korean-style chicken stew – tasty and simple everyday food. But eat it better right away – chicken meat is softer where is hot.
Nuances: Can be too sharp, but it is easily adjusted by changing the amount of chili.