I recently got hooked with cooking because it somewhat gives me a sense of satisfaction. More importantly, I love Korean food but I can't get them in Singapore. Well, actually I can if I am willing to pay twice the price of what I pay in Korea. So, I began making stuff myself. It's hard to find authentic recipe in English so my job here is to fill this gap.
The ingredients that you need:
Main ingredient (A)
Dried Shredded squid (100g) - you can get it in NTUC at $3.60
2 tbsp gochu-jang (korean chilli paste, bottom middle, can get at korean supermarket)
0.3 tbsp sugar (the standard portion is 0.5 for 150g of squid)
0.5 tbsp chilli powder
0.7 tbsp soya sauce
0.3 tbsp rice wine
0.3 tbsp minced garlic
1 tbsp mayonnaise
1.5 tbsp corn syrup (top left, can get at korean supermarket as well)
Get the dried squid out of the pack and cut the long ones into bite size. Try to separate it a little.
Then, make the sauce (B).
Add 1.5 tbsp of olive oil into a pan and stir fry the sauce until it starts to bubble.
用1.5汤匙的橄榄油来炒拌好的浆料 （Sauce B）。
Then throw in the dried squid and mix them well. Once done (should be only for a short while), off the fire.
Mix sauce C and pour it into the pan, mix well. Sprinkle some sesame seed and you can refrigerate it. This dish goes well with rice. What Koreans do is they keep it refrigerated and take a little out to accompany each meal. Try to keep it for less than a week to ensure freshness. Hope you like it.
加入拌好的浆料 （Sauce C）然后搅拌均匀。可以撒上一些芝麻并且冷冻。