For a bowl of homemade Kalguksu
[Beksul] Kalguksu Noodles
Beksul Kalguksu Noodles is perfect for making Kalguksu Noodles at home.
We love this brand because the ingredient list is simple. It's made with 2 ingredients - flour and water. No additives or preservatives. No salt either! Just like how you would make it at home.
Beksul uses its best-quality flour (Grade 1 Flour) to makes these noodles. The dough is kneaded and fermented in a vacuum mixer, as opposed to a common dough mixer. This ensures that the protein structure in the dough is dense and well-balanced, which translates to a chewy and stretchy noodle.
If you craving a bowl of homemade Kalguksu, this is it! These noodles also work great for Jajangmyeon.
The noodles we ordered from Gochujar are not readily available in the USA. We ordered them because they are healthful, only two ingredients...flour and water...no salt, preservatives or other additives. During this stressful time of corona virus, they are the perfect noodle to make Chicken Noodle Soup. A 5-star food.
- Noodles are chewy and stretchy - doesn't get soggy quickly
- Noodles are made with only flour and water - no salt, preservatives or other additives
- Use it to make a bowl of Kalguksu Noodles (or Jajangmyeon)
- 1 Package = 900 grams (9 person serving)
- Flour, Water
- Expiration period: 2 years
- Before opening, store in a cool, dry area
- After opening, store in a cool, dry area
What to Make
- Kalguksu Noodles
- Jajangmyeon Noodles
About the Brand
- Established in 1965, Beksul is a mega food
brand in Korea. They produce many
of Korea's best-selling products.
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How to Make Kalguksu Noodles
01Fill a pot with water and bring it up to boil. Add-in the noodles and boil for 5 minutes. (Stir around with your chopsticks, so the noodles don't stick together.) Then drain your noodles.
Note: When boiling the noodles, foam may rise to the surface. Add in a few dashes of cold water to make the foam settle back down. Repeat a few times until time is up.
02Next, fill your pot with anchovy-kelp broth. Bring it up to a boil. Add in fresh clams or other fresh ingredients. Thenn add in your cooked noodles. Boil everything for another 5 minutes. Turn off heat and place into a bowl. Bon Appetit!
Or use the One-Step Cooking Process.
Make your anchovy-broth in advance. Bring the broth up to boil. Then add-in the noodles and boil for 9 minutes.
Note: In this video, we are using fresh Kalguksu noodles - so the noodles were boiled for 5 minutes.
With Beksul's Dried Kalguksu Noodles, boil the noodles for 9 minutes!
A: This is 900g (1 person serving is about 100g). It should make 9 servings.
Follow the instructions listed above. The manufacturer recommends a total of 9 minutes.
Follow the instructions listed above. Add a few dashes of cold water and the foam will die back down. The foam will rise up again - so repeat this process until it's done.
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About The Brand
Established in 1953, Beksul is one of Korea's mega food brands. Over the last 65 years, they've created many of Korea's most beloved food products. This brand is owned by the large Korean food conglomerate CJ Cheiljedang.