I ate Pepper bugak as my side dish for lunch!
I bought it from a discount store.
There are several varieties such as brown seaweed, and sea lettuce.
The taste of it was crispy and a bit spicy, but real good!
It's a Korean traditional food, so I want to introduce it to you!
Bugak is a sort of deep-fried vegetables coated with glutinous rice paste. Rice paste often gets replaced by wheat flour paste. The ingredients being fried include Korean laver, perilla leaves, chili pepper, and so on. It is eaten as a sidedish with rice or as a cruch snack time to time.
How to make pepper bugak.
1. Steam mild peppers coated with wheat flour in the steamer.
2. Dry them thoroughlyunder the shade and store them.
3. Deep-fry them in the vegetable oil before being served.
4. Sprinkle a little bit of salt and sugar.
Refer to this pictures(sorry it's in Korean)
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