White kimchi Cold Noodle (Naengmyeon)
Hey kimchi lovers. Beat the summer heat with a bowl of our mouthwatering White Kimchi Cold Noodles. This dish is the epitome of refreshing. Crisp and cool white kimchi perfectly complements the chilled noodles, creating a delightful harmony of flavors. With its light and tangy taste, it's the ideal choice for a hot summer day. The blend of fresh vegetables and the subtle spiciness will leave your taste buds tingling, making it a must-try for anyone seeking a tasty escape from the summer sun🌡️🥵
What is White kimchi? (Non- Spicy Kimchi)
White kimchi, also known as "Baek-kimchi" in Korean, is a variety of kimchi that differs from the more commonly known red kimchi. While traditional red kimchi is made with Napa cabbage and a spicy, red pepper-based seasoning, white kimchi is a milder, non-spicy version that often uses different ingredients and techniques. white kimchi retains a crunchy texture and a milder taste.
White Kimchi also have Natrual Probiotic
White kimchi still undergoes fermentation, but the fermentation process is typically shorter than that of red kimchi however, white kimchi also have health benefits as fermeted food.
1) Digestive Health: The probiotics in kimchi may help improve digestive health by maintaining a balanced gut microbiome and aiding in the digestion of food.
2) Nutrient-Rich: White kimchi contains various vegetables such as wombok, radish, garlic, ginger and carrot, which provide essential vitamins, minerals, and dietary fiber. These nutrients can contribute to overall health and well-being.
3) Low in Calories: Kimchi, including white kimchi, is generally low in calories, making it a healthy and low-calorie addition to meals.
Easy White kimchi Cold Noodles Recipe
Ingredients. White kimchi 200g, White kimchi Juice 1/2 cup, Cold noodle soup, Korean noodles (Somen), Carrot, Egg, Green chili (option) and Sesame oil.
Cook Time. 10 Mintues
Equipment. Small Pot, Cutting Board, Knife and Strainer.
*You can purchase "Somen" from Korean mart
or Asian store. The right feature is for
1) Cook noodles for 3 Minutes (During the boiling process, stir the noodles occasionally to ensure they cook evenly and do not stick together.)
2) Drain water and Rinse off cooked noodles with cold water (It removes excess starch from the noodles, which can make them stick together)
3) Shred carrots and green chilies (optional; vegetables add a crunchy texture)
4) Put noodles inside the bowl then pour cold noodle soup (keep the pack of soup in the freezer for 3hours to make them into a more chilled and slushy)
5) Add white kimchi 180g as well as 1/2 cup of kimchi juice
6) Add shreded carrots and green chili. TIP: Adding sesame oil makes noodles richer.