Al Tang “Korean Hot Spicy Fish Roe Soup”

Al Tang “Korean Hot Spicy Fish Roe Soup”

 

 

Summer is just around the corner but some nights are still cold here.. so I thought I would make this Korean Spicy Fish Roe soup!  If you’re up for feeling adventurous but want authenticity and something wow give it a go!  We visited Seoul last year, and it was so cold (-11 degrees) and I couldn’t be happier having this soup to warm up my body 🙂

 

Serve:                                      1-2

Preparation Time:             minutes

Cooking Time:             Approx 20 minutes 

 

 

Ingredients:

2 Garlic, chopped

3-4 Fish roe

70g Daikon

50g Tofu, cut into small cubes

1 Spring Onion, cut into diagonal

Mungbeans

 

1/2 Dashi

1 Tbsp Red Pepper Powder

1 1/2 Tbsp Sunchang Gochujang (Hot Pepper Paste)

1/2 Tbsp Soy Sauce

 

Method: 

  1. Put garlic and 1 Tablespoon of oil in a clay pot and cook until fragrant
  2. Add 2 cups of water and bring to boil
  3. Add tofu, Daikon, Dashi and cook for couple of minutes
  4. Add Red pepper powder, Hot pepper paste and soy sauce to taste and cook for 10 minutes
  5. Once the daikon is cooked, add fish roe and cook for another couple of minutes
  6. Add mung beans and spring onion and serve with steamed rice
  7. Note: you can add couple drops of sesame seed oil for flavour

 

 

 

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Sachie is an International Author, TV personality and owner of the largest & most award-winning Cooking School in Australasia teaching Asian & Pacific Fusion Classes.

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