This recipe prepares a delicious, traditional Korean cold noodle dish. Follow the guided recipe from Multo™ by CookingPal® to quickly boil noodles and easily mix with sauce using just one machine. These noodles are spicy, slightly sweet, and tastefully refreshing. Serve as a main dish or as a side salad with your entreé of choice.
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1. Cook noodles.
Multo™ is not just a blender or food processor, but it also has heating elements at the bottom of the bowl that allows you to steam, sauté, and cook your food. Thanks to this feature, you can boil your noodles easily using Multo™ .
2. Mix the sauce.
Add the sauce ingredients into the bowl and mix until well-combined.
In no time, your spicy mixed noodles are cooked and ready to eat!
Cooking tips and tricks
Depending on spice preference, you can alter the amount of Korean spicy sauce used in this recipe or choose to leave it out completely. Likewise, adding extra plum sauce will enhance the sweetness of this dish.
What are the variations of making spicy mixed noodles?
Other toppings and mix-ins can be added to this dish. Vegetables such as Kimchi, lettuce, and cabbage make a nice, crisp addition to the noodle salad. Add a protein of your choice (i.e. hard boiled eggs, beef) as a topping, and even sprinkle peanuts for a crunchy surprise.
Wheat noodles are the traditional noodles used in this dish, but soba (buckwheat) noodles or even angel hair pasta work nicely as the noodle base as well.
The final verdict on the noodles - how does it taste?
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Bibim guksu, means spicy noodles in Korean, is a light and delicious cold noodle salad dish. It is very tasty and moreish. It’s loaded with lots of sliced cucumber, so you can get a good amount of crunchy texture as well.
1.75 OZ / 50 G cucumber
50 OZ / 1500ML water
2.75 OZ / 80 G wheat noodles (Korean)
0.5 OZ / 15 G spring onion
1.5 TBSP Korean spicy sauce
1.5 TBSP plum syrup
1.5 TBSP rice vinegar
2 TBSP seaweed
1 TSP sesame seeds
0.25 TSP sesame oil
Slice cucumber into thin strips and set them aside. Weigh wheat noodles (Korean) with a plate on top of the machine.
Add water to the mixing bowl. Cook for 10 minutes / 212°F|100°C / speed 1 until it boils.
Then add the previously weighed noodles and cook for another 3 minutes (or according to the package instructions).
Decant the noodles and place them in cold water.
Trim the scallion, cut it into 5 cm long pieces and add them to the mixing bowl. Chop for 10 seconds / speed 7.
Add Korean spicy sauce, plum syrup (or honey) and rice vinegar. Mix it well for 10 seconds / speed 3 / reverse.
Add noodle, cucumber, seaweed, sesame to a separate bowl together with the prepared sauce. Mix it well.
Serve it with the bowl with sesame oil. Enjoy your meal!