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Bibim Guksu (Korean Spicy Mixed Noodles)

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Bibim Guksu
Bibim guksu is a korean spicy mixed noodles usually served in summer. It’s a korean recipe of cold noodles tossed in spicy, sweet and sour sauce. Yummy! 
Bibim literally means mixing and guksu is commonly known as pasta in Korea. The cold noodles are served with the toppings on top and you mix everything with a chopstick.
Super quick and easy recipe, or you can just prepare it by topping with the sauce, kimchi and bulgogi. Happy cooking! 

Makes 1 serving

BIBIM GUKSU

(Korean Spicy Mixed Noodles) 

INGREDIENTS:

100g korean thin wheat noodles 
1 cup Cucumber, julienned
1 cup of lettuce or cabbage, chopped
1 Egg

Sauce:
½ tablespoon Sugar, 
½ tablespoon chilli powder, 
½ tablespoon soy sauce, 
½ tablespoon honey, 
½ tablespoon perilla oil (or sesame oil) 
1 tablespoon Apple cider vinegar, 
1 tablespoon Gochujang chilli paste
1 teaspoon garlic, minced

INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prepare to boil an egg. Set aside once cooked. 

2. Cook dried noodles in boiling water. 

3. When the water starts to bubble, add ½ cup of cold water. 

4. Let it boil again and add another half a cup of cold water. Turn off heat once it boils up. 

5. Let the noodles cool with cold water and wash it well to remove all the remaining starch to get a chewy texture. 

6. In a bowl, combine the sauce ingredients. Stir it well. 

7. Top it with sauce and arrange the ingredients on top of the sauce. 

8. Serve and enjoy. Toss everything with a chopstick and eat.

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