8 Reviews

The Korean name for this dish is Dak Dori Tang. I was born in Korea and spent 3 years there as an adult between the 2 Air Force Bases there. You can find this in Korean restaraunts in the US and throughout Korea (in the hibachi style/cook in front of you restaraunts). You can also add the clear noodles to the potatoes, and carrots! Definitely one of my favorites!

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Leilani's Mommy October 29, 2009

This is my second recipe to use on this site. My wife is Korean and I think she was a bit shocked at how good it tasted. In the past I have just guessed at ingredients and did OK. It's nice to have a site like this that allows people to vote on how good something is. A recipe is a recipe is a recipe and I am sure nobody puts one up thinking it is trash. This system and this dish is perfect. Thanks.

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allratings May 06, 2009

Yum, J! I used chicken drumettes and red bell pepper just out of personal preference. This was so tremendously easy, I was able to try three other of your recipes for the first time for a complete Korean meal. (All your recipes are easy!!!) :) It was so delicious!!! Served with rice, Spicy Pepper Steak #33347, Sesame Spinach #30471, and Spicy Cucumbers #30457. I wish I would have braved your recipes earlier. We'll be having Korean night in our house now regularly. :)

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GinnyP October 29, 2003

Very easy and delicious! It reminded me of an asian style chicken cacciatore. I used a whole cut up chicken, rather than wings because that's what I had on hand. Other than that, followed the recipe exactly and will definitely make again!

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RachelT March 05, 2008

My family and I love this recipe! I have tried it on both wings and boneless chicken. We prefer the boneless chicken breast, cubed. This can be VERY spicy, but I love it that way. I noticed that the "heat" varies depending on the brand of kochujang I use. I don't usually add the veggies either. Also, I have marinated the cubed chicken breast in the freezer and it cooks up nicely. I just froze up 3 batches to save me some time for later. Thanks for this authentic, delicious recipe!

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Andrea Tarpley January 03, 2008

Yummy!! The dish was easy and fast to cook. However, I find it too salty for me so I added 2 tsp of sugar along with only 2 tbsp of kochujang only. I even skipped the pepper flakes since I was kinda afraid that it will be too spicy for me. Thanks for the recipe!

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Happy_Housewife August 16, 2005

this was delicious. It reminded me of the Ayam masak kicap (chicken cooked in soya sauce) that I always used to it in malaysia. I added ginger in mine because I absolutely loooove ginger, also, I doubled the recipe and used a whole chicken instead of just chicken wings. Other than those changes I followed the recipe exactly and I and my family all loved it!!

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Nisa March 26, 2005

excellent! if you like spicy food, you will love this. The only alteration i did was aside from discarding the wing tip, i cut the wings in half so it'll be easier to eat.

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gail168 July 23, 2004
Spicy Korean Chicken