Hey guys, Kevin here! Today I have a recipe for one of Sierra’s favorite Korean side dishes, dubu jorim.
Dubu jorim, or Korean braised tofu, is one of the simplest, tastiest side dishes (banchan) in Korea. The traditional Korean cuisine calls for a variety of side dishes that go along with a bowl of rice, so each side dish is easy to make and preserve. Tofu, especially, is very versatile and goes well with lots of spices/sauces; hence, we have this popular dubu jorim side dish. You will find this in many Korean restaurants or home-made meals.
In the States, this dubu jorim can actually serve as an entree to go along with some rice or even noodles. Packed with protein, add your favorite veggies on the side, and you are good to go with your balanced meal!
This recipe will take only 10 minutes each to prep and cook. I highly suggest you try this recipe when you are in the mood to quickly whip up something tasty! Best eaten warm or cold, save the leftovers in the fridge and serve it the next day.
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Add some sesame seeds and chopped scallion to the sauce, and garnish after cooking for some extra color and flavor.
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