Budae Jjigae Korean Army Base Stew

hi guys I'm some girl on guest welcome to ancient and home and today I'm going to show you how to make Buddha jjigae this dish has created since American soldiers came to Korea and they gave us all this brand new ingredients hot dogs spam baked beans and cheese and all that so we had to whoop it all as our style to fit in our tastes and nowadays is one of the most popular steal from Korea so let's get started first we want to make the sauce you will need a 6 tbsp of kochu karu Korean red pepper flakes 3 tbsp of soy sauce 2 tbsp of fish sauce 2 tbsp of rice wine or soju 1 tbsp of sugar 1 teaspoon of salt 1 TSP of Pangea Korean fermented soybean paste some black peppers up 1/3 to 1/2 TSP quarter cup of water 2 tbsp of chopped garlic it's about 8 to 10 cloves whisk everything together this sauce is enough to make two batches of this big part which is a duty to four servings so today I'm going to use only half of it alright now we are going to start cutting all the ingredients to put it in to put a g-give first spam so I'm just going to slice turkey spam about quarter inch thick to lengths of a hotdog I'm just going to slice it Diana angle the same thickness as spam and quarter black of a bone to food just going to slice it as well and four to six green onions just in this slice you know the city I used to live in Korea called Lee jung-woo is really known for this butta Cheeka there's a lot of changes for Buddha to get since it so got really popular in Korea all kinds of places start making your franchise restaurant out there but the original is a jungle style which is I'm showing you right now this recipe is rare deal alright that's about the order coding that we have to do and let's assemble so I'm using this why this yellow pad I have one cup of kimchi on the bottom of the pot and about two hours ago rice cake this is the optional but I like to put it in because they taste really good in here I just stopped it in 15 minutes in warm water so they get a little softened but if you can find a fresh one then you don't have to do that step the spam we sliced the hot dogs the Teufel breakfast sausage yes breakfast sausage just make sure you kind of break down the breakfast sausage because if you put this big chunk they will just cook like this big chunk if you have a ground meat background the poor work ground turkey or ground chicken at home you can just use those instead but I'm going all the way some green onions and 2 tbsp of a plain baked beans yes nobody told you this is a healthy dish you should eat this maybe once in a year I'm Lim Italia but so good you cannot resist it about 4 ants are battalion Korean glass noodles that I solved in warm water for 20 minutes just put them right meter right there and let's add some mushrooms to make us feel a little better about eating all this process the meat half of the sauce five cups of Korean which messed up I have a recipe video so please check it out but you can also use a chicken or beef stag as well so just just pour in right there oh yeah now we are talking and the final touch a slice of good old American cheese how fancy it is butta Cheeka is always serve and cook on the table so while soup is boiling and simmering or the meat is cooked then you start sticking in while it keep simmering that's how you're supposed to eat but if you don't have a portable stove you can definitely just cook fully cook on the stove and serve as a pack on the table like that but because I have a portable stove hello so I'm just going to start over on the table to cook for that chicka bring it to a boil over high heat and let it keep boiling harder boiling for about five minutes then you start to stir the soup with your spoon so the salsa will combine with the soup reduce the heat to medium let it simmer and you are ready to eat the ramen noodles when soup it is started to boiling or you can just enjoy and eating a little bit now and then add ramen noodles later when you are ready marry me if you liked my Buddha ticket recipe please give me a thumbs up and subscribe my channel for more inspirations and idea of Asian home cooking thank you so much for watching me today and remember you can always kill Asian food at your house making it easy and fun I'm some your longest and this is Asian at home and I will see you next time bye bring something son bring sunshine bring some bring bring sunshine

50 thoughts on “Budae Jjigae Korean Army Base Stew

  1. Korean food is just the best! I need to marry a Korean chef. That will complete my life lol. Great job girl!

  2. I’ve had this dish a bunch of times and even in Korea. To be honest, it’s really not that good. It’s cheap and warming on a cold winter day and the ingredients are fun in a quirky way. It’s not a bad dish but it’s not one of the better ones

  3. Let's not forget our Korean allies used to rob the supply depot like madmen. Had to figure what to do with the stolen goods. Ask any G.I. in Korea.

  4. Oh My Goodness, I've made this today. And it's delish! ! I don't have sliced cheese so I replaced it with edam cheese. Yummy.

  5. Hello, I was stationed in Suwan Air Base as a Patriot Missile Tech and there was a little shop called MaMa's and i believe one of the owners nick name was Cowboy because he visited the US and went to one of our western states( he was i believe at one point a Roc Sargeant Major) and the made a Hot Beef and Cheese Ramien that i as well as many other Soldiers and Airman loved can you tell me how to make this please!!!!!! also how to make the beef Yaki? that we could buy from the street vendors ? (ok let me try to type this right but im sure i will mess it up lol) com som ne da (bow) lol THANK YOU SO MUCH and God Bless

  6. Thank you so much! I made this last night and my family loved it. I had it once I was visiting Dallas and I followed your instructions and it turned out just like what I had in Dallas except I added bacon:) yummm!

  7. Can you make some Uyghur food? Like big plate chicken (dapanji), kao bao, lamb kebab, cumin lamb? Thank you! 😛 the stew looks amazing!!

  8. I can’t wait to marry my Korean future husband and like learn about each of our cultures together❤️❤️❤️😩

  9. If you dish out a bowl of that for me, I would have to let it cool down for 15 minutes, or add in two ice cubes. I can't eat really hot (temperature) food.

  10. Me being half Korean, my father Native American but was in the army. I swear, I thought I was the only one who put hotdogs and cheese on hot instant ramen.. glad I’m not the only one 🤣🤣💪🏼

  11. Everytime i watch your videos ,i always get hungry..😂😂😂😂

    New subscriber here!!!❤️😉

  12. I’m looking to buy a hot pot is it best to get cast iron and a portable induction cooker or a hot pot that can be plugged in and put on the table?

  13. Exactly nice styl i really keep in my restaurant who are come in nepal pokhara you can test my korean food

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