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Nutritional Info
  • Servings Per Recipe: 8
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 648.4
  • Total Fat: 18.2 g
  • Cholesterol: 0.0 mg
  • Sodium: 1,116.7 mg
  • Total Carbs: 92.6 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 7.2 g
  • Protein: 36.4 g

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Korean Cold Soybean soup and Noodles(Kongguksu)

Submitted by: GKIM27

Introduction

A delicious cold korean noodle soup served with slivered cucumbers and salted to taste. A delicious cold korean noodle soup served with slivered cucumbers and salted to taste.
Number of Servings: 8

Ingredients

    -uncooked soybeans
    -Roasted sesame seeds
    -Salt
    -Cucumber
    -Oriental Style Noodles(makguksu)
    -4 cups water

Directions

-Soak the beans for about 4 hrs. Next, drain them and boil them for about 1 hr until the beans are soft, but not mushy! This may take up to 2 hrs, but for me, boiling them over medium heat for about 1 hr after soaking usually suffices.

-Next, drain and rinse them in cold water. Submerge the beans in cold water.

-Place half of the boiled beans in a blender with just enough water that the beans are submerged. Add 2 tbsp. of salt and 2 tbsp. roasted sesame seeds. Puree until you end up with a nice pastey consistency with no chunks and set aside.

-Repeat the above step with the remaining ingredients.

-Boil noodles, rinse and drain in cold water, and set aside.

-Cut cucumber into slivers and set aside.

-In a large serving bowl, add 1 serving noodles, and cover with the cold soybean broth until noodles are mostly covered. Add ice cubes and dilute the broth with water until you attain a consistency you like, but don't add too much water as it ruins the flavor add the ice cubes do melt adding to the water ratio.

-Top with the slivered cucumber and salt to taste. Serve with Kimchi for a delicious cold korean noodle dish perfect for hot summer days!

Number of Servings: 8

Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user GKIM27.






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  • Incredible!
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    awesome during hot summer. esp for vegan. Outstanding protein content of 36 gm per serving. We just used organic soybean and followed the recipe. - 5/29/10

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  • I liked it, but it was missing spice for me... so I added srirarcha it was sooooo good. yum thank you1! - 11/19/11

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  • I dont know if its the soybean broth or the noodles but it left a funny after taste for me - 10/7/11

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