Dried squid may be a little hard to munch on, especially since the fresh version may be too much of a chewy adventure. But ojingeochae-muchim is an especially delicious side dish which you can also add to your already burgeoning lunchbox should the mood for spicy banchans hit.
This is spicy, and a good fit to your rice meals.The dried squid can now be bought in groceries, thankfully, otherwise you’ll have to dry it on your own either via a dehydrator or under the sun (the latter is fun though). The dried squid is seasoned with gochujang, rice wine, red chili powder, soy sauce, corn syrup, garlic powder, maple syrup (another layer of sweetness) and mayonnaise (surprised, eh?)
*photo source: https://blog.naver.com/parkyang1021/220586542818