Typically, Jajangmyeon includes lots of vegetables such as onion, green cabbage, zucchini, and potato. Onion and cabbage, especially, give the jajang sauce a delicious sweetness. I didn’t use potatoes in this recipe, but you can if you want. Jajangmyun is delicious and satisfying but inexpensive to buy or make, so it’s a favorite home-cooked or takeout meal among almost all Koreans.
Perfect for dinner and leftovers. This Jajangmyeon recipe is easy to make and SO delicious – loaded with grilled chicken and vegetables and topped with fresh cucumber. Your family with love this yummy complete meal in one bowl!
WHAT KIND OF NOODLES DO YOU USE?
Normally, people use fresh wheat flour noodles. They are thicker but smaller than udon. And, you can purchase them at Asian stores. You can find ready-made fresh noodles in the refrigerator section of Korean markets, which are preferred. There are also frozen and dried noodles. I prefer fresh noodles for this Jajangmyeon.
It should be available at more Korean or Asian grocers. It should look something like the below.
Asian noodle dishes are supremely comforting. Don’t think you have to head to your favorite restaurant in order to get your noodle fix. Try making some of these popular noodle dishes at home!