Bibim Noodles (Spicy Cold Noodles) / 비빔국수

Sweet, tangy, spicy cold noodles. The classic Korean noodle dish at home!

Buy The Ingredients At Oseyo

OTTOGI Dried Noodle(Somyun) 500G

500G

Gochujang-CJ Red Pepper Paste (Spicy) 500G

500G

£1.29

Sempio Brewed Soy Sauce(501S) 150ML

150ML

£9.10 £8.19 10% OFF

DS Sesame oil(Can) 500ML

500ML

SP Brown Rice Vinegar 500ML

500ML

KOREAN STYLE PORK BELLY

Oseyo meat

£3.39

K EATS Sliced Cabbage Kimchi 500g

500g

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Ingredients
2 Person
OTTOGI Dried Noodle(Somyun) 500G
2 servings
Green Lettuce
1
Egg
2
Red Cabbage
3 leaves
Roasted Sesame Seeds
1
Cucumber
1/3 (sliced)
Ingredients
2 Person
Gochujang-CJ Red Pepper Paste (Spicy) 500G
4 tbsp
Gochugaru (Korean Red Chili Flakes)
2 tbsp
Sugar
2 tbsp
Sempio Brewed Soy Sauce(501S) 150ML
2 Tbsp
DS Sesame oil(Can) 500ML
3 tbsp
SP Brown Rice Vinegar 500ML
2 tsp
Ingredients
2 Person
KOREAN STYLE PORK BELLY
100G
K EATS Sliced Cabbage Kimchi 500g
100G

Recipe Instructions

  • Serves: 2 | Total Cooking Time: 30 mins

Step 1

To save time and energy we’re going to soft boil the egg & make the noodles in the same pot. Bring water to a boil in a medium pot and add the egg, and let it boil for 7 minutes. Take out the egg from the pot (don’t turn off the heat), submerge it in a bowl of cold water. Put in the noodles in the pot and cook it for around 3-5 minutes.

Step 2

Drain and rinse in cold water. Peel the egg.

Step 3

Whisk together gochugaru, gochujang, sugar, soy sauce, sesame seed oil, and vinegar in a bowl. If the sauce is too thick (it may vary depending on what kind of gochujang you have) feel free to add a few teaspoons of water, as needed. Place noodles in two large bowls & pour sauce on top on each bowl.

Step 4

Slice lettuce and red cabbage into thin strips, and place on top of the noodles with the bean sprouts. Top with a soft boiled egg, sliced cucumber and some sesame seeds. In addition to the ingredients listed above, these noodles taste really good with danmuji (yellow pickled daikon) and of course Kimchee.

Step 5

The beauty of bibim guksu is its versatility- you can really add any vegetable you want. If I’m feeling extra indulgent I pair this with grilled pork belly.

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