🌶 How to make Keto Gochujang | Korean hot pepper paste recipe | 고추장


Learn how to this low carb keto version of Gochujang, a Korean red pepper paste (고추장). It’s savory, sweet, and spicy, just like the real deal!

Where to buy:
Vitamix Venturist V1200, Professional-Grade, 64 oz

Hoosier Hill Farm ALLULOSE (2 Lb)

Keystone Pantry Non-GMO Allulose Powder, Two 3 lb Jars

Which Fermented Foods You Can Eat On a Ketogenic Diet? – Dr. Berg

1/3 cup organic miso paste
1/3 cup liquid allulose made from allulose (plus more to taste)
1/3 cup red pepper powder (plus more to taste)
1/4 cup coconut aminos
4 cloves garlic (minced)
1/4 – 1/2 cup water (as needed)

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  1. Hi there 🙂
    I would like to make this but unfortunately not sure how much of each ingredient I have to use (not familiar with „cups“ and find different recommendations online when I search cups to grams.
    Can anybody help me here and provide the few ingredients in grams?

  2. I've been keto for years, and when I first started I was told to just use regular gochujang since you only use a tablespoon, maybe two, in an entire dish? Although, an alternative is great if you're using it more than that. I dunno if you have a vid on it, but you could just change the portions to make ssamjang, too…. since some people make it fresh with miso anyway. I am not into pork chops very much, I get bored quickly of it, but I can eat it with ssamjang and salted sesame oil 😀

  3. How awesome, now please make a crispy fried chicken for Korean Fried Chicken – Please? I can make it gluten-free/dairy-free using potato starch but I can not seem to make it Keto without using whey which my tummy does NOT like. Any ideas?