Carrot Namul (Korean-style Salad). Stir fry the carrot slowly on low heat to make it very sweet. Nice and Spicy Noodles Korean Style. Sweet and spicy and totally irresistible.
Coriander provides primary flavor; cayenne provides the heat. To get it right, you MUST use a mandoline to julienne the carrots into long, thin strands like spaghetti. Spicy Korean Carrots salad a mix of garlic, coriander, hot oil and other spices transform the carrots into something unbelievable! You can cook Carrot Namul (Korean-style Salad) using 8 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Carrot Namul (Korean-style Salad)
- You need 150 grams of Carrot.
- It’s 2 tbsp of Green onion or scallion (finely chopped).
- Prepare 1 tsp of Ground sesame seeds.
- It’s 1 tsp of Sesame oil.
- Prepare 1 of Salt.
- It’s 1 dash of Garlic (finely grated).
- You need 1 dash of Soy sauce.
- You need 1 of Umami seasoning.
First off, I want to clear the air and inform the authenticity police (ha!) that these Spicy Korean Carrots have nothing to do with Korea or Korean cuisine. Today's recipe is a very simple version of a Korean spinach salad dish (Sigeumchi Namul banchan 시금치 나물 반찬). It's very easy and super quick to make. Spinach salad made using this recipe is also well suited to accompany Bibimbap and Kimbap.
Carrot Namul (Korean-style Salad) instructions
- Julienne the carrot. Finely chop the scallion and grate the garlic..
- Add sesame oil to a frying pan and lightly stir fry the carrot and garlic. Add salt, and continue to stir fry to your desired tenderness. Add the soy sauce and turn off the heat..
- Put the cooked ingredients from Step 2 in a bowl. When it's cooled down a bit, add the scallions, ground sesame seeds, and umami seasoning. Add salt to taste and serve..
Amazing recipe for the classic Korean Carrot Salad. Raw finely julienned carrots seasoned with ground coriander, chili pepper and sautéed onions in oil all mixed together and topped with fresh cilantro. The crunchy and crispy carrots, lightly fermented will stay fresh if refrigerated for days! This Carrot Salad recipe isn't a true Korean Carrot Salad recipe, but a Russian variation from ethnic Koreans who lived in Russia's Far East. It's really a Russian Carrot Salad by called Korean by name.