Korean Vegan Jjamppong Recipe


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My Knife
Boos Cutting Board
Portable Gas Stove
My Wok
Vegetarian Oyster Sauce
Mushroom Soy Sauce

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Music by Dylan Rockoff – Around You (O Christmas Tree) –

🍀 Vegan Jjamppong
7 cups veggie broth (I like to add 1 tbsp yondu per 1 cup of water to make quick veggie broth)
1 oz dasima, dried kelp
5 tbsp cooking oil (I like to use avocado oil)
5 to 7 cloves garlic, chopped
2 tsp chopped ginger
1 cup chopped green onion
1 lb baby bok choy, cut into quarters
1/2 large onion, sliced
1 oz julienned carrot (approximately 1/2 of medium size carrot)
2 tbsp mushroom soy sauce or regular soy sauce
2 tbsp vegetarian oyster sauce
4 to 5 tbsp gochugaru, korean red pepper flakes
1 tbsp smoked paprika
1 tsp Korean mushroom seasoning, optional
1 package (9 oz) konnyaku, sliced
6 oz mushrooms (I like to use king oyster mushrooms and oyster mushrooms for this recipe)
2 oz yubu or aburaage, fried bean curd
Your choice of noodles – dried/fresh wheat noodles or dried/fresh ramen noodles

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  1. I think it's awesome that you guys switched over to more vegan foods. I've been watching you since the beginning, and for the past year I have also been thinking about eating less meat and explore vegetarian & vegan alternatives. I think I will do what you guys did and try the 7-day challenge, maybe it will make my transition easier.

  2. I have eaten some vegan food, but cooking it yourself depending on the recipe can be expensive,;buying it for me is cheaper .I’m just glad she didn’t delete her meat recipes for us that aren’t vegan.. I’m happy she likes her new food lifestyle and grateful she didn’t abandon her original core audience .

  3. The "real" Seafood Jjamppong is my absolute favorite of any soups. I'm a retired chef and have made hundreds of different kinds of soups. My 2nd most fave is probably a rich Pork ,green chili posole' .. Vegan stuff just doesn't appeal to me but to each their own. Love your channel. Have a Merry Christmas n Great New Year! :8)