Saturday, September 10, 2011

Easy Jap Chae (Korean Sweet Potato Glass Noodles)


Oh I'm such a big fan of these chewy springy sweet potato noodles. I made these in year 2008 when I was testing Jaden's cookbook. That was a fantastic recipe by the way!  One thing have changed is that due to the growing population of Koreans in Australia, it's so much easier to grab a packet of the noodles now! and cheap! Cost me AU$2 instead of AU$8 when I first bought them!

I have since adapted a few things- pretty much to suit our taste buds, and my love for chili. I had some pork mince at hand (From the sausage rolls!), so I decided to pop that through as well.

It's so simple as well. A quick after work 20 minutes meal!


Easy Jap Chae (Korean Sweet Potato Glass Noodles)
1 packet of sweet potato noodles
1/2 cup of black fungus soaked in warm water, washed and chopped the hard bits off
1 red onion sliced
1 tablespoon of chopped garlic
200 grams of pork mince
1 carrot shredded
1 capsicum shredded
1 bunch of spring onions, cleaned and chopped to finger lengths
2-3 tablespoon of soy sauce
1 tablespoon of mirin
sesame seeds
dash of pepper

Cook sweet potatoes in boiling pot of water. Drain and rinse with cold water to get the starch out.

Saute garlic and onion till cook. Brown pork mince. Add all the veges and toss well. Add the sauces. Simmer for 5 mins. Add the noodles and fry it. Taste and season accordingly. Sprinkle with sesame seeds and toss again dish up, and sprinkle more sesame seeds.



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10 comments:

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

One pack only AUD 2, very cheap, here we need to pay RM 12 for a pack..I tasted this noodle, very similar to Chinese glass noodles..

Joanne said...

I've never had japchae before but I have a feeling I'd LOVE this dish! Full of tasty ingredients!

Life for Beginners | Kenny Mah said...

Easy, yes. But no less tasty. I love simple and delicious dishes the most!

lena said...

next time i shall try using mirin sauce too!

Little Corner of Mine said...

I love Jap Chae! Love at first bite actually.

daphne said...

Sonia- wow! for once, it's so much more ex in Malaysia!!

Joanne- I think you will like it too Joanne!

Kenny- ;)

Lena- Oh yeah! Mirin goes so well with soy

Ching- me too!

Quay Po Cooks said...

Daphne, I have not tasted this before. I am rather unfamiliar with Korean food. Now you got me curious to find out how it taste. Your photo is very convincing my dear:D

Kitchen Belleicious said...

Not only are they sweet potato noodles but glass noodles? AWESOME! AWESOME! I love this dish and love it even more because it is yet another Korean dish I now have a recipe for! Thanks!

tigerfish said...

Great veggie one-dish it makes! Love it.

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

Ohhhh this is my favorite too! My kids started to like it recently. I should use this recipe as I haven't found THE recipe yet. Thanks for sharing!!

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