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Soups of the world – Recipes from around the globe & some creations of my own


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Doenjang Jjigae – Korean Miso Soup

Hello my foodie friends! I’m sorry for my short disappearance, I have had a busy week, but I’m back to share a delicious and spicy Korean hotpot! Sometimes I have the feeling that this look like a spicy food blog, but I can’t help it, I love it! I think about 70% of everything I cook is spicy or at least very fragrant. Is not that we don’t enjoy a delicate Mediterranean dish at home as well, but there is an undeniable trend here…

Doenjang is the Korean miso, made of fermented soybean paste and Jjigae basically means stew.  I adapted today’s dish from this recipe in Beyond Kimchee site, a great blog to learn or initiate into Korean food. The fermented soybean paste is not hot, but very salty and strong-flavoured and it gives the stews and soups a very particular flavour.

Let’s cook our Doenjang Jjigae?

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