Yield: Yields 3/4 cup
One of several banchan, or side dishes that round out a Korean barbecue menu, these crunchy sprouts are imbued with nutty flavor from sesame oil and roasted sesame seeds. You can find soybean sprouts in the produce section of Asian markets and well-stocked supermarkets. It’s a bit tedious to trim the straggly ends, but well worth the effort in both appearance and taste.
Make Ahead Tips
You can make the sprouts up to 1 day ahead. Cover and refrigerate; bring to room temperature before serving.
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I made the entire Korean BBQ menu and really enjoyed the process of finding the ingredients and preparing the Banchan. This one however was disappointing and I would not make it again.
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