Korean Potatoes

"I have been looking for a Korean potato recipe like my favorite Korean restaurant. I found it online and tried it and it was just what I was looking for!"
 
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Ready In:
25mins
Ingredients:
8
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Rinse potatoes to remove starch.
  • Heat pan and add olive oil. Add potatoes and garlic and cook until the potatoes look a little translucent, then add the onion. Keep stirring.
  • Add water, soy sauce, sugar, corn syrup and mix and simmer over medium heat for about 10 minutes until liquid is evaporated. If it needs more water, add some.
  • When potato is cooked take off stove and add 1 T of sesame oil and a sprinkle of sesame seeds.

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Reviews

  1. Lucky in Bayview
    Delicious!
     
  2. Heirloom Tomato
    Love these! I used four large red scrubbed unpeeled potatoes, added the garlic after potatoes had cooked for a while, and used 1/2 large sweet onion. I did not add the corn syrup. I used low sodium soy sauce, and needed to sprinkle some kosher salt over the dish when the sesame seeds were added. Will make again for sure. Tried to give 5 stars but they won't register for some reason.
     
  3. Stacy T.
    I used coconut oil instead of olive oil and it's just as good as when I would get it at the restaurants. This dish is super easy to make and super delicious. It definitely earns the 5 stars!
     
  4. rosslare
    So tasty and unusual, if one is not from Korea, obviously.
     
  5. angelle_pen
    This was delicious! I did add another ingredient I added sesame oil to the soy sauce, sugar and corn syrup. Instead of using corn syrup I used LIGHT corn syrup. My picky toddler loves this with rice.
     
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Tweaks

  1. angelle_pen
    This was delicious! I did add another ingredient I added sesame oil to the soy sauce, sugar and corn syrup. Instead of using corn syrup I used LIGHT corn syrup. My picky toddler loves this with rice.
     
  2. Islandlife
    My husband lived in Korea and said this was just like he had them in Korea. I didn't have corn syrup so I put 2 T of sugar instead. Was really great. Thanks
     

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