Fancy a little kitchen project? Why not make homemade noodles and then turn this into a savory Korean food called sujebi? Unlike some meals that would require expensive cuts of meat, this dish is easy to make with simple ingredients like flour and water for the dough and zucchini and carrots for the vegetables. This does not require a trip to the supermarket – in fact, the untouched vegetables in your fridge can supply you what you need.
The core of its flavor lies in the anchovy and kelp, the common ingredients in many of Korea’s soup bases. But at the heart of the sujebi tradition: a family working together effort in times great need.
Sujebi or hand-torn noodle soup is a Korean traditional food that for many Koreans evokes memories of their grandmothers who cut a towering figure in their household’s kitchens. Sujebi is also a very memorable dish for many Koreans who went through poor times in their younger years, especially since Korea is now the 11th largest economy in the world.
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