6.130 Dubu Jorim


15 (Fri) May 2015

Dubu Jorim


by me

in my apartment

-Ermita, Manila-


Dubu jorim is a Korean tofu dish.  Consists of firm tofu (“dubu”), sliced and braised (“jorim”) in a marinade of soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic, scallion, chili powder, sugar.

Such a simple, common dish that I’d assumed making it would be a snap.  The recipe that I followed for this first attempt didn’t turn out so well.  I may just develop my own recipe, which I’ll post here once perfected.

2 thoughts on “6.130 Dubu Jorim

  1. Aren’t you supposed to pan-fry it first? That’s how I always do it. I think that helps maintain a bit of structural integrity and adds a slightly different texture too.


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