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.
Amazing with Korean bbq!
This chutney is so yummy!
This recipe is really tasty!
I really like your recipe. I will also try to cook this!
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