Rating: Excellent. Easy to follow. Almost as delicious as the restaurant soup.
Recommendations: Add 1/3 cup soaked mung bean (녹두), and double the amount of water called for.
I finally had a chance to try out Aeri's Kitchen Samgeytang recipe and it's fantastic. My toddler loved it and ate three servings!
|I added twice as much water as called for. Even then there wasn't enough soup. Next time I'll triple the water. I did use a bigger chicken.|
|I served the soup with ginseng liquor (백세주), ice water, kimchi, seasoned green pepper plant stems (고추나물), and salt n pepper.|
|J ate three servings of chicken and two servings of kimchi and soup. He kept on saying "mmmmmm"!^^|
|To finish off I had two glasses of plum juice (매실) mixed with cold water. It helped settled my stomach which was feeling a bit quesy from eating too much salt.|
Thanks Aeri! Your blog is awesome and your recipes always turn out. My Korean mother-in-law gives you two thumbs up and that is really something!^^ I'll be using this recipe over and over again.
wow looks yumm! Aeri's Chicken Juk also came out well when I tried.. and one other Tofu dish n bokkeumbap too..ReplyDelete
Hi San, I really like the majority of Aeri's Kitchen Recipes. I don't know if I have tried the chicken juk recipe. Her curry recipe is amazing! Are you in Korea again?ReplyDelete
That is amazing! We just bought some pre-made soup from Costco that was pretty tasty but I may try making my own next time! Way to go Fauna!ReplyDelete
MommyCha, If I can do it, you can do it. It seems complicated but it's so worth trying it out on your own. Now that I know what I'm doing I'm planning on making this often just because J loves it so so much (hubby not so much, he's not into chicken unless it's fried^^). Let me know if you try it out.ReplyDelete
Hi Fauna! I wish I was bak in Korea!ReplyDelete
Ya Aeri's stuffs r good..I stumbles upon her sit first..saw maangchi later but liked Aeri's. She has many contests too n she is on FB n youtube...Aeri answers Qs too..! do post more wen u try!!!