Jjampong (Korean Spicy Seafood Noodle Soup). Jjamppong / Jjampong (짬뽕) is a popular Korean spicy noodle soup that is loaded with various type of seafood. It tastes very refreshing and comforting! Every now and then I have a craving for Jjamppong (Korean spicy seafood noodle soup).
Jjamppong (also spelled jjambbong) is a spicy noodle soup, and it's one of the two most popular Korean-Chinese dishes alongside jajangmyeon (짜장면, noodles in a black bean sauce). Often times, Koreans have a hard time choosing between the two when eating out. Jjamppong 짬뽕 Today I'm introducing you to jjamppong, a spicy noodle soup full of seafood, meat, and vegetables. You can cook Jjampong (Korean Spicy Seafood Noodle Soup) using 21 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Jjampong (Korean Spicy Seafood Noodle Soup)
- You need 1 bunch of Bokchoy.
- It’s 120 grams of Chicken Breast.
- It’s 6 cloves of Garlic.
- Prepare 1 inch of Ginger.
- You need 4 stalks of Onion Leeks.
- It’s 1/4 head of Cabbage.
- Prepare 1 piece of White Onion.
- Prepare 1/2 piece of Carrot.
- Prepare 1/2 piece of Zucchini.
- It’s 4 tablespoons of Cooking Oil.
- You need 4 tablespoons of Gochugaru.
- It’s 2 tablespoons of Soy Sauce.
- It’s 2 teaspoons of Oyster Sauce.
- Prepare 6 cups of Water.
- It’s 1/4 cup of Cooking Wine.
- You need 1 teaspoon of Sesame Oil.
- It’s 2 pieces of Squid.
- You need 2 pieces of Prawns.
- It’s 1 piece of Crab.
- Prepare 2 bundles of Somen Noodles.
- It’s of Water for boiling.
As you see from the video, it's made with a lot of different ingredients, which makes it a hearty, filling meal, served spicy steaming hot. Jjamppong is a spicy Korean noodle soup with seafood in a spicy broth. It's a Korean-Chinese dish with its origin in China. There are two majorly popular Chinese inspired Korean foods.
Jjampong (Korean Spicy Seafood Noodle Soup) instructions
- PREPARE THE CHICKEN AND THE VEGETABLES Slice the chicken breast thinly. Chop the garlic and ginger finely. Chop the onion leeks thinly or cut it into strips. Slice the white onion and the cabbage. Cut the root end of the bokchoy and wash well to remove the dirt. Julienne-cut the carrot and zucchini. To do the julienne-cut: slice the vegetable diagonally into long sticks then into strips..
- PREPARE THE SEAFOOD For the crab, remove the cover and the gills then cut the meaty side into two. For the prawns, remove the head and shellthen de-vein the prawns by making an incision on its back. For the squid, remove the head including the ink sac and innards. Peel the skin and cut it vertically on one side to make it flat. Then make a criss-cross incisions on the front and back sides. Wash the seafood under running water..
- COOKING INSTRUCTIONS Under low heat, heat the wok or large skillet and add 4 tablespoons of cooking oil. Add the garlic, ginger, onion leeks and let them infuse their flavors into the oil. Turn up the heat to high. Add the chicken and vegetables (except for the bokchoy) then stir fry until the chicken turns white..
- Add the gochugaru and stir fry for a minute. Add 2 tablespoons of soy sauce around the wok or skillet (not directly to the vegetables) and 2 teaspoons of oyster sauce. Continue to stir fry for 30 seconds. Pour 6 cups of water and 1/4 cup of cooking wine. Bring to boil and boil for 5 minutes..
- While the soup base is boiling, cook the somen noodles according to package instructions. Somen noodles are thin and will take just a few minutes to cook when placed in boiling water. Boil the noodles, drain, and rinse under cold water. You may also soak it in ice water to stop cooking and then drain later before adding to the jjampong soup..
- Add the crab into the soup and boil for 5-10 minutes depending on how big the crab is. When the crab is already cooked, add the squid, prawns, bokchoy, and sesame oil. You can adjust the seasoning if needed, according to your preference. Continue boiling until the squid and shrimp is cooked completely (about 5-8 minutes)..
- PLATING Add the noodles neatly into the center of the bowl. Pour the soup and arrange the seafood around the noodles. Top with chili and onion leeks. Serve hot..
One is the Jjajangmyun and the other is this Korean spicy seafood noodle soup, Jjamppong (짬뽕). If you go to any Korean-Chinese restaurants, you will find these two items on the menu for sure. Spicy Korean-Chinese seafood soup (champong or jjampong) is one of the most popular dishes at Chinese restaurants in Korea and in Koreatowns all over the world. While these restaurants don't have lo mein or kung pao chicken, they serve jajangmyun (black bean noodles) or jjampong. Spicy Korean Seafood Soup Noodles (Jjamppong) This Spicy Korean Seafood Soup Noodles (Jjamppong) is a fiery and spicy soup that's loaded with veggies, seafood, and meat!