Japchae (Glass noodles stir-fried with vegetables: 잡채)

Full recipe: http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/japchae
Japchae, sweet potato starch noodles stir fried with vegetables and meat, is one of Korea’s best-loved dishes, and one of the most popular on my website as well.

Stir frying each ingredient separately seems like a lot of labor, but each one requires a different cooking time and a bit of care, and keeping the color and freshness of each ingredient intact makes for a stunning final presentation.

Comments

SwtnessOfNov says:

That’s looks sooo good.

Panama Papers says:

Maangchi, sorry for asking this question. Why korean always do not wash meat before start cooking. Every year i came to south korea for holiday and i wanna try sashimi. I saw the owner do not wash the fish, just wipe with tissue. I bought it but later end up with throw in dustbin.

Iesa Sialiti says:

Wauww i fi see your recipes i get verry hungryyy jammiiieeeeee definitly gonna make ittt ..your my favorite now haha

Vanda Lopes says:

Maravilha isso.

Easy Please says:

Loved learning from your video. You’re so adorable!

daisy8luke says:

Thank you so much for this great video !! I am slowly transitioning my diet to a far more plant based diet and needed some good tips on how to use these noodles !!!

Susan Alan says:

yummy noodles i like it.

Jae Lim says:

I want to go to korea to meet you hehe. I tried some of my recipes and my husband and sister loves it!

Brian Ludden says:

Japchae is my favorite Korean dish and this looks amazing. Love you Maangchi. You rock!!

Ary Churca says:

Nice! looks like hmmmm. I am vegetarian, thankx to give options for us too.

rebeccafoo says:

Thank you Maangchi, I should use your recipe for my Japchae as I followed the Ocoo pot recipe, it made the glass noodle so soft. One day, when I buy another packet of Glass noodle, I will surely follow your recipe.
I saw you using your fingers to mix the noodle, surely use our finger as we always washed them well before touching the food but those, especially those never cook, always complained ” Wow, use your finger, should wear glove ! ” Even the chef was making dough for bread or pizza. How to wear glove to knead the dough ? The French and mostly the Western chef always used their fingers to mix salad too ! To me, God gives us fingers , why have to wear glove, the man made fingers !

Gregory Adorian says:

thank you for your sharing your recipe and was really pleasant to watch and learn from you

짓이 says:

It is not good for the body to separate the skin of an egg Noren.

Kenneth Felipe says:

I am going to try this dish without the meat. I also loved how you said to cook the vegetables at a separate cooking time. It made it seems more complex and it would make me taste the vegetable individually as I would preparing them. Your channel is amazing.

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Disa Jardine says:

Yummm in the tummm!

Cheang Kimsuy says:

What is oil used in mix noodle?

Ting Taugo says:

I just love how you prepare every single recipe. First thing i see is the cleanliness, u have a very clean kitchen, utensil and u really show washing all the ingredients. I love your

missjabaful says:

Спасибо за рецепт! Делаю постоянно! Заменила настоящее мясо соевым, мариную точно так же, как и обычное мясо, потом обжариваю – вкусно невероятно!

Lowry says:

Are you Vietnamese? Sorry I haven’t ever heard a Thai person speak

Caro Efron says:

Damn her cooking is awesome✌

Patrick Smith says:

I love that you think of your vegetarian viewers!!!

Maangchi says:

Portuguese caption was submitted by Uma kpoper (YouTube)! Thanks a lot!

Angel T says:

Maangchi thank you so much, i’ve learned a lot from you’re cooking video

Marlucia Alves says:

Que delícia esse prato aqui no Brasil se chama iakisoba

filipino Moneyy guru says:

The best i already like and subscribed thank you

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