Flavors of Korea 순두부찌개

It's A relaxING, comfy SATURDAY MORNING

I'm tired of bread, cereal and eggs I have for breakfast every morning. Looking at fresh vegetables in the refrigerator, I came up with an idea: why not make a special brunch -- KOREAN TOFU STEW.

So excited!

FRESH BRASSICA CHINENISIS
I prepared ingredients

I washed and cut those ingredients which are easy to purchase at every supermarket in the states.

Ingredients
prepare the soup

Before putting other ingredients into the pot, I put the pork first. It makes nutritious and tasty soup.

Oh! Don't forget to remove the foam while cooking the soup.
Now, the most important part -- adding the Tofu

Cut the tofu into cubes and put them into the prepared soup.

Quite easy, isn't it?

Oops, a small mistake. I had a lot of clean-ups to do after my brunch.

rice

While making the stew, I also cooked rice at the same time.

Rice is important in this brunch, because it could dilute the salty and spicy flavor when you eat the tofu stew.

The tofu stew looks and smells so great. I just couldn't wait to taste it.

THE boiling tofu stew
Now, it's ready to serve
Created By
YEMENG YANG
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