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Quick Cucumber Kimchi

July/August 2010

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While slowly fermented cabbage and pungent garlic are the ingredients most people associate with kimchi, there are dozens and dozens of other versions of Korea’s national dish, featuring all manner of vegetables, such as these quickly pickled cucumbers with just a trace of garlic.



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Quick Cucumber Kimchi

6 Reviews for Quick Cucumber Kimchi

06/07/2015
Anonymous
Delicious, but nutritional info is messed up.

this is a great recipe but there is literally no way the nutritional information adds up. 7 carbs per serving? Not likely. That amount of cucumbers is about 10 carbs, the 2 tsp of sugar is about 8 carbs, then add a couple for incidentals like garlic and the ginger. 3 carbs. That makes a total of 21 carbs for the WHOLE DISH. divided 6 ways would be 3.5 carbs per serving. What the hell?

The best snack ever.
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05/12/2011
wonderful!

So glad to find this recipe. It takes me back to my days in Korea. So easy to prepare...a wonderful, healthy dish by itself or paired with most any grilled meat. Thanks for sharing! (PS I used Korean Garlic Chili Paste as that's what I have on hand)

Easy, Healthy, Delicious!
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08/02/2010
Anonymous

This dish was quick, easy and wonderful!

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07/30/2010
Anonymous

Very good recipe. Nice side dish with fish & rice. Will definitely go back to this recipe again and again.

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07/09/2010
Anonymous

Excellent, not-to-spicy, kimchi. Quick to make. We didn't have Korean chile powder and substituted our home made hot chile sauce.

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