Kimchi is one of the most well-known dishes that spring to mind when discussing Korean cuisine. To make this tasty and aromatic dish, one needs to ferment the veggies. As a result, it is frequently prepared ahead of time and kept in storage for a long time. Now, a Korean family can be seen producing enormous quantities of vegan kimchi in an Instagram video. Online users have been enthralled by the procedure and the enormous amount of work that goes into it. A number of ladies are seated on a room’s floor in the video. Some of the components for preparing kimchi are strewn on old newspapers and in various containers in front of them.
First, chop off the bottom of each cabbage and then cut each one in half. They are then immersed in a bath of salt water. After thoroughly soaking, the cabbages are taken out and their leaves are sprayed with salt. Subsequently, the cabbages are piled into big, clear plastic bags on top of one another. They are dipped in salt water and sprinkled with more salt. For ponytail radishes, the identical procedure is used.
The process of making homemade kimchi paste is also demonstrated in the video. Stir in the rice flour, vegetable broth, and chilli powder. Then, a paste is made by blending diced pears, ginger, garlic, onions, and red chilies. The previously made mixture has this paste applied to it. Sesame seeds, stevia, and palm sugar are also added. In a big vessel, all the ingredients are well mixed together. As part of the procedure, sea staghorn, a unique component, is also prepared.
After that, the cabbages are cleaned and put in a sieve to remove any leftover water. Then, the kimchi paste is added to the container along with the sliced cabbages, carrots, sea staghorn, mustard greens, green onions, and jjokpa (an additional variety of green onion). By hand, the vegetables are well combined with the mixture. Next, the kimchi mixture is applied to the other cabbages’ leaves, encircling each with a bottom leaf. In addition, the paste is applied to mustard greens, sliced radishes, and pigtail radishes. The kimchi is then sealed in containers. It can be eaten immediately or allowed to ferment for a while. In addition, the ladies use the green onions to make Pa-kimchi.
Up till now, the clip has garnered over 37 million views and 1.4 million likes. Many users have expressed astonishment in the comments. Some people have also drawn comparisons between the preparation and certain cultural culinary customs.
A user said, “I just know the flavour is immaculate.” Another wrote, “I wanna have a kimchi-making party.” A person noted, “This is incredible. With their skills, these ladies ought to rule the globe!” One of the comments read, “Never wanted to eat kimchi so bad right now.” An individual also mentioned, “Bro in India it’s the same but with mango pickle” while someone stated, “I adore the way the entire family is pulling together… You guys are fortunate to spend some time together.”
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first published: January 27, 2024, 11:54 IST
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