Crazy Korean Cooking Chung Jung One Gochujang
Gochujang is a Korean hot pepper paste that has a savoriness similar to Japanese miso and is fermented with glutinous rice, which gives it a slightly sticky texture and subtle sweetness. It’s a real powerhouse ingredient that we’ve come to rely on and consider an essential element of the Milk Street pantry. Chung Jung One's version has an approachable, mild heat level for adding to everything from tofu stew to barbecue meats.
K-Mama Korean Hot Sauce
K-Mama is a rich, mildly spicy and savory-sweet sauce that will add instant Korean flavor to almost any dish. Featuring a base of the Korean red pepper paste gochujang, K-Mama's Original Sauce has a mild, lingering chili heat balanced by brown sugar, umami-rich soy sauce and the fermented soybean paste used to make gochujang. Aromatic sesame oil gives the sauce a silky richness. The company also makes a Gluten-Free Sauce that's slightly tangier, brighter and lighter-bodied, but with all of the same complexity.
Minnesota resident and Korean American K.C. Kye developed K-Mama Sauce out of nostalgia for his mother's homemade Korean cooking. The award-winning condiment is ideal for making bibimbap, a classic Korean rice dish, as well as marinating meat, drizzling over rice or noodle dishes or using as a flavor base for stir-fry.
Original Ingredients: Ingredients: Gochujang (red pepper powder, corn syrup, water, salt, garlic, onion, wheat flour, rice powder, soybean powder, glucose, garlic powder), rice vinegar, sesame oil, brown sugar, soy sauce (water, wheat, soybeans, salt, sodium benzoate); Contains: wheat, soybean
Gluten-Free Ingredients: Ingredients: Gochujang (water, rice, red pepper powder, rice syrup, cane sugar, rice wine, garlic, sea salt, vinegar, onion, seed malt), rice vinegar, sesame oil, brown sugar, soy sauce (water, soybeans, salt, sugar); Contains: soybean
Net Weight: 6 ounces
Mama O's Premium Kimchili
While you can buy kimchi in most stores these days, this is the first hot sauce that captures its vibrant flavors in a versatile condiment. This vibrantly red hot sauce showcases the fruity, friendly heat of aromatic gochugaru chile flakes grown in China that are the base of many kimchi pastes, but focuses on fresh flavors over fermented funk. Fresh-pressed ginger juice adds a sweet-spicy brightness, while the acidity and fruitiness of the lime helps the fruity chili flavor to pop. But Neither overpower the actual chili flavor. And a hint of garlic adds the perfect base note to keep everything grounded.