Sinseollo – Another dish from the Royal courts of Korea, Sinseollo means Pot or Food of the Mountain Gods.
Traditional Sinseollo is prepared in a special cooking pot that combines a stove and pot in one. The pot looks something like a bundt pan with a stand, but the hole in the center has a bottom and hot coals or stones are placed in the hole to heat the dish. Later variations were adapted for gas burners or sterno like containers.
This recipe is just one version, many other ingredients may be used with or instead of the ones in this version.
Note: This is part of a series of Korean Royal Cuisine dishes. Click on the “Korean Royal Cuisine Series” tag in the left column to see more Royal Dishes.
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