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Do you enjoy eating Korean food and want to replicate some of the delicious flavours at home?? Well, look no further. Today, I’m showing you guys three different vegan-friendly Korean sauces that you could make (and store) EASILY at home so you could use them in a variety of different ways.

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39 Comments

  1. I really love your ideas and recipes, I too am sooo lazy in the kitchen 😛
    A few days ago I was able to put my hand on some gochujang and some toasted sesame oil (they're the BEST!!!), but I don't think I'll be able to find fermented soy bean paste where I live. Would it be possible to make a tasty sauce with miso paste instead?

  2. I love fried tofu! I used to drive my ex wife crazy when that was the featured protein for dinner. Then again, everything I did drove her crazy, thus the ex part..

  3. I'm so happy with your video as I'm Korean! Thank you for introducing Korean sauces. And I learned how to make these sauces from your video, which is kind of funny 🙂

  4. I always make a spicy sauce for my "chicken" aka tofu spicy fried recipe . My hubby loves it with rice on the side .

  5. I love that you're doing more Korean recipes! Too bad the local Asian food shop here doesn't sell the pepper paste. But the owner does make and sell fresh tofu so that's a blessing.

  6. You can literally make a ton of Korean dishes with just Gochujang(red pepper paste), Sesame Oil, Soy Sauce, the end.

  7. How long will the pepper paste and the fermented soybean paste last? I have had both in my fridge for 6 months because of one recipe I made. Don't know if I should risk dying or just buy new boxes. ☠️

  8. I make a variation of the second one all. the. time. It's so good. I use it for bibimbap, bibim mandu, bibimmyeon… EVERYTHING. I love it with broccoli mmmmmmmm

  9. Love this video and look forward to trying all of them very soon!
    Tip:
    When I am mixing liquid and dry ingredients, I do it in this order –
    Mix the driest ingredients (flour, powder, salt/sugar, etc) first.
    Then I add the next less-dry/less-wet ingredients (paste, oil, syrup, etc) in stages, mixing well.
    Then I add in the wettest ingredients (the liquids) last and mix until everything is well incorporated.

  10. I have almost everything for that 3rd sauce!!! I need gojugang and that's about it. 😀 Finally.. I'm stretching out my vegan budget. Lol

  11. My favorite sauce is the sauce is the second one and I've always been so intimidated by it! … idk why when i make simple korean food all the time (black bean noodles,tteokbokki with ramen and whatnot) I think its because of the vinegar and it usually calls for corn syrup which i don't have but LOL thank you so much for the vid! Cant wait to make it today to add it to all my rice and veggies

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