Thursday, November 25, 2010

Korean Frog Leg Soup

This is a typical jjigae style hot spicy Korean soup.  There is no tomato in this soup.  The broth is red from hot red chili peppers!
     Recipe:  Boil some beef broth.  Add minced garlic and ginger.  Add these vegetables that are cut into bite size pieces:  Celery, carrot, onion, green onion, daikon radish, green kale leaf and red bell peppers.  Add a dash of soy sauce, a dash of sesame oil, 5 spice powder, black pepper, sea salt, a good amount of Korean red serrano chile sauce and paprika.  Add daikon radish kimchi.  Add a couple of frog legs.  Boil till the vegetables and frog legs are cooked.
     Ladle the stew into a bowl and place a poached egg on top.
     The soup should have more vegetables than broth.  There is no tofu or cabbage kimchi in this soup.  Kale is a cabbage family member and it makes a nice change from bok choy.  Korean chili sauce is usually made of red serrano peppers and they are a little bit hotter than jalapeno peppers.  Korea can have a harsh climate and this soup can warm any chilly soul up!  You can serve this soup with a bowl of steamed rice and little dishes of Korean muse appetizers.  This is one of my favorite Korean soups.  I have posted a few different recipes for this kind of Korean spicy soup in my past recipe blogs.  Hot, spicy yum!  ...   Shawna

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