Japchae Recipe Video

This time, Maangchi makes delicious Job Chae, Korean-style stir fried noodles and vegetables.

Summary

Preparation Time15 MinCooking Time20 Min
Ready In35 MinDifficulty LevelMedium
Health IndexHealthyServings2
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Main IngredientInterest Group,

Ingredients

 
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Directions

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Editors Review

Want a delicious noodle recipe from Korean cuisine? Maangchi shows the recipe for Japchae or Korean stir fried noodles and vegetables with great interest for all her viewers. One by one she prepares the vegetables in a pan and adds them to the noodles. Looks like an elaborate process but that is how it should be if you want your noodles tasty.

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Anonymous says :

I love this recipe. i have PHilipino friends and they have taught me a few things..but its been a while since I cooked asian dishes. I enjoy the way you use the video with your recipes, its so helpful with this type of cooking. I think my Job Chae will get better as I prepare it more and more. I found this video will looking for recipes..I saw your site and I just love it..I could find Job Chae on the site so I justed commented here..keep up the great work.
Posted on: 2 March 2010 - 10:08pm
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shantihhh says :

I love the way she cuts the noodles makes for much easier eating! This is a fabulous video! Chap Jae is a wonderful healthy dish! Shanti/Mary-Anne
Posted on: 3 April 2008 - 12:58pm
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shantihhh says :

Chap Jae/Jap Chae is one of my favourites! Another name for "starch" noodle is Yam noodles or dang myun-I just checked my package. Great idea to cut the noodles-much easier to serve and eat that way. I have never watched anyone make chap Jae and I just make by myself from memory taste-and only one thing I add different is fermented bean chili paste and I use less oil and use a little hot water in place of some of he oil when stir frying veggies. It's really tasty with that chili paste fermented bean paste-love that stuff. Maybe a new way for Chap Jae? I look forward to learning more from you! Shanti/Mary-Anne
Posted on: 5 March 2008 - 7:10pm
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