Yield: Yields 2/3 cup
This deeply flavored, spicy Korean sauce gets its name from ssam, meaning “wrapped,” and jang, meaning “sauce.” It’s often served with grilled dishes, including kalbi (barbecued short ribs) and dak gogi (barbecued chicken), which are eaten wrapped in lettuce with rice and this sauce. Once you start eating it, it’s hard to stop.
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The was delicious. I will try it with other meats besides BBQ chicken
Spicy and just a little funky, this "special sauce" has become a house favorite, even when we don't do Korean BBQ. Tonight it livened up some grilled flank steak-- tomorrow, perhaps steak sandwiches. Just use it sparingly, it's potent stuff!
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