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Traditional kimchee (Korean fermented cabbage pickle) is one of those family recipes that vary from home to home--no two are alike. There are good commercial brands available but the most flavorful and pungent versions are going to be had from someone's home kitchen. My version, here, offers a less pungent version that mimics the flavor of conventional kimchee with plenty of umami; a dose of savory and sweet and spicy with a bit more crunch. Delicious as a side salad or condiment with barbecued meats, especially Korean Gal-Bi (check my page here for a recipe) or meat-filled lettuce cups. It also makes an tasty and surprising sandwich topping with roast pork or turkey or grilled tuna steaks. Thinner-skinned cucumbers work better, so feel free to substitute pickling cukes or mini (Persian) cukes. For a spicier version, increase the jalapeno or crushed red pepper. I have also added and substituted a variety of vegetables depending the mood and what was ticking away in the fridge.
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Serving Size: 1 (129 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
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