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Niche Topics (Food and Drinks) offers a large collection of delicious food and drink
recipes to help you decide what to cook, whether it’s a family dinner, lunchbox for
the kids, or entertaining friends at home. Each recipe promises a completely different
taste experience, and all are really easy-to-make.
Wonderful as a quick and easy salad or side dish. Light and crunchy with a hint of
nutty sesame aroma. Excellent with steamed rice or meat dishes.
Korean Bean Sprout Salad Sukju Namul Recipe
4 cups water
1½ teaspoons salt
10 ounces bean sprouts, tailed
1 stalk spring onion, cut into very short lengths
4 cloves garlic, minced
1½ tablespoons sesame oil
1½ tablespoons white sesame seeds
½ tablespoon Korean chili powder (gochugaru; omit or add just a pinch if you like
a mild or non spicy bean sprout side dish)
How to make Korean bean sprout side dish sukju namul:
1. Place water in a saucepan, and bring it to a rapid boil.
2. Throw in bean sprouts and salt. Cover the saucepan with its lid and boil for about
5 minutes or until the bean sprouts are just tender and not overcooked.
3. Remove bean sprouts from water and drain. Place in a large serving platter.
4. Combine spring onion, garlic, sesame oil, sesame seeds and chili powder in a large
5. Add to bean sprout and mix until well combined.
6. Allow the bean sprout salad to cool slightly before serving.
You can also serve Korean bean sprout sukju namul salad as a side dish.
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