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Jangjorim, kongjorim, Korean jorim in general

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Jangjorim, kongjorim, Korean jorim in general

grocerytrekker | Mar 22, 2007 10:55 PM

This is a whole genre all by itself.

All sorts of ingredients (beef brisket, beans) simmered in soy sauce with spices - a salty savory banchan eaten with plenty of rice or with other vegetables.

beef jorim or jangjorim:
http://www.xanga.com/koreancooking?ne...

bean jorim, or kongjaban
http://times.hankooki.com/lpage/cultu...

It is common in Korean home cooking, yet it's hard to find in restaurants, especially jangjorim. Have you found good jangjorim anywhere?

Have you made it at home?

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