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A Quick and Easy Ramen Dish Using Chapagetti

24 May 2017

It comes as no surprise that Ramen is becoming increasingly popular, and it is taking the whole world by storm. However, one thing which you might not have had the pleasure of trying is Chapagetti. Chapagetti is a brand of Ramen which was created in 1984 and has been a popular choice for those looking to replicate authentic Korean cooking at home.

The Korean culture is quite unique in its approach to food, and it seems that food infuses every aspect of life. If you have watched a Korean movie, you will have certainly noticed that in at least one scene someone is eating. For Koreans, food is much more than something to eat – it provides taste, medicine, and a connection to the country.

With this being said, we have this delicious recipe which incorporates traditional Korean cooking and chapagetti.

Ingredients:

1 packet Chapagetti

1 packet Neoguri

1200 ml of water

1 spring onion, chopped

Half a cucumber, chopped

Method:

1 - Boil the water, and open the dry flake packets from both the Chapagetti and Neoguri.

2 – Add both packets of noodles to the water and boil for around 2 minutes.

3 – Drain half the water from the pot, leaving enough water to barely coat the noodles.

4 – Return the noodles to the heat and leave on a medium heat to simmer. Then add all of the Chapagetti seasoning packet and half of Neoguri packet. Simmer the noodles for another 2-3 minutes until most of the liquid has gone, and the noodles are coated in the sauce.

5 – Serve with the spring onion and cucumber on top.

If you are searching for the ultimate Korean dish, this country has a number of meals which they are renowned for.

Soondubu jiggae soft tofu stew is a Korean stew which is thicker than soup but thinner than porridge. This dish includes fish stock and a little beef to deepen the flavour then finished off with fresh shellfish, hot pepper flakes, silken tofu, and eggs which are optional.

Dakjuk chicken porridge is a thick stew which is called a porridge in Korea and is made with onions, garlic, sushi rice and chicken.

Hoeddeok sweet syrupy pancakes are perfect for those who have a sweet tooth. These pancakes are filled with a mixture of cinnamon, brown sugar and chopped walnuts.

Kimchi fermented cabbage sounds daunting, but it is actually incredibly tasty. The cabbage is coated leaf by leaf in a spicy mix of pepper flakes, garlic, chives and more.

Here at Oriental Mart, we have a fantastic range of Korean products to ensure your dishes are as traditional as possible.

Image credit: Gary Stevens under Creative Commons

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