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August 04, 2009


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This looks like a fantastic spicy first course to a korean beef dish I saved the other day.

Alisa - Frugal Foodie

That soup sounds absolutely fantastic right now. I actually think that uber-expensive brisket probably ups it a notch too and is probably worth it!

Natasha - 5 Star Foodie

This soup sounds very comforting and delicious! Great flavors!

Fearless Kitchen

Natasha - Thanks! It is a pretty comforting soup - probably why I used to eat it all the time at my last job!

Alisa - Well, you know what they say, cooking is like programming. Garbage in = garbage out. I don't know that the super-expensive brisket was necessary, but you're right, it definitely improved the whole dish.

Chris - Can you send the link along?


I notice that your recipe leaves out kosari (drief fernbrake) which is usually a "must have" ingredient for this soup. Perhaps this is what is missing from your version which makes it taste a little different.

Also, I've seen some recipes that also call for chili oil in addition to the red pepper powder. For those who want spicier.

Yukgaejang is one of my absolute favorites. Kudos for spreading the word on this glorious soup.

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I think the comments on your page are always great.

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Oh yam mi I liked your Spicy Beef Soup.

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