Gochujang is Korean ingredient, but it can go well with almost any Asian cuisine. I am not quite sure what is in Gochujang, but the taste is spicy with a bit of sweetness. Gochujang is most commonly used when making bibimbap, but it also goes great in kimchee fried rice and plenty of other dishes.
Gochujang is typically a thicker type of paste, as opposed to a sauce; this can make it difficult to cook with in certain dishes that work better with a liquid sauce. However, combining Gochujang with an oil, mainly sesame oil, often works out great.
The picture above is the Gochujang sauce that I most typically use, and it is anywhere from $5-10 for the box. It lasts for a long time though, so it is a great thing that you can keep around for whenever you cook. If you are a fan of spicy food, Korean food, or both, Gochujang is a must to make it taste authentic!
This is a blog for myself (and hopefully others) to keep track of all of the places, restaurants, books, movies, etc. that I do not want to forget. I am a college student who has lived in the US, Asia, and Europe for extended periods of time; I am very lucky to have had these experiences, and I want to share my recommendations with people interested in any of these locations.
NONE of these posts are advertisements. I do not have any discount codes or promotions for anything I write about; however, this should be considered a positive because it means that everything I write about reflects my true feelings. In order to keep this blog positive, my posts will only be recommendations for the things I enjoy the most in life. The topics will vary between whatever subjects I am interested in at a certain time, and I will have 1-2 new posts per day.
I wish I could have started this project earlier while some of my memories were fresher in my mind, but it is better late than never. I hope that other people will have the chance to visit or experience things that I write about, and I hope that people will have a similar taste in life to myself!