Usually, you must soak dried soy meat in water for about 10 minutes before cooking. With a Cook-zen, there's no need to soak. With this recipe, you can make an authentic sauce by using Korean soybean paste. The delicious soy-based jajangmyeon sauce is made possible thanks to Cook-zen.
45g dried soy meat
1 cup water
3 tbsp Korean soybean paste
1 tbsp yangnyeomjang
1 tbsp oligosaccharide
1/2 tbsp sesame oil
Place the dried soy meat in the Cook-zen and pour the water in. Put all of the "A" ingredients into the Cook-zen and mix well. Set the inner lid to the "close" position, cover with the outer lid, and heat on medium-high in the microwave for 5 to 6 minutes.
How to eat with cucumber and noodles
Cook noodles and transfer them to a colander. Cool with cold water, drain excess water and transfer to a plate. Pour the soy meat jajangmyeon sauce over the noodles and place shredded cucumbers on top. Mix well right before eating.
How to eat with vegetables
Shred 1/3 of a carrot and cut 1/2 bunch garlic chives into 3cm pieces. Put one bag of bean sprouts, shredded carrot, and garlic chives into the Cook-zen. Set the inner lid to the "close" position, cover with the outer lid, and heat on medium-high in the microwave for 4 minutes. After heating, cool the vegetables in cold water and then drain. Place cooked noodles on a plate, pour the soy meat jajangmyeon sauce over it, and add as much vegetables as you wish.