Vegetarian Korean Chap Chae Noodles $10.95

Vegan - Spicy (mild)

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Vegetarian Korean Chap Chae Noodles by Chef Chieko Fukuoka

Chef Chieko Fukuoka

Chef Chieko Fukuoka

• Chef & Owner, J-Pan Sandwich & Bento クルトンさん
• Multi-ethnic Bento expert
• Graduate with honors, South Seattle College Culinary Arts

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Chap Chae is a healthy, delicious Korean noodle dish made with gluten-free sweet potato vermicelli mixed with fried tofu, colorful mixed vegetables, and sesame.

  • ⓞ Oven 350F, 8-12 min
  • ⓜ Microwave 1.5-2.5 min (preferred)
  • Heat covered

Ingredients Ingredients

sweet potato vermicelli, fried tofu, red and green peppers, carrots, onion, soy bean sprouts, green onion, gochujang (Korean chili paste), doubanjiang (broad bean paste), sesame oil. sesame seeds, soy sauce, rice wine, garlic, ginger, black pepper, salt, sugar

Star Reviews (5)

Wendy K.

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Generous portion for the price can get two meals out of the serving. Lots of flavor veggies aren't over cooked.

Kit H.

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A tad too much soy but great portion and tasty tofu....plenty of noodles. I'd order again.

Jason A.

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I'm a big fan of Chef Fukuoka, I think her salmon and orzo dish featured on Lish is the best overall dish I've had from Lish. This particular dish was under seasoned and a little bland. I think more or stronger sesame oil would help.

Kim C.

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3.5 stars. More flavor than I expected, and I don't think it tasted overly of soy. However, the 'mild' spicy is misleading - my batch, at least, had a hefty amount of gochujang in it and was medium for sure (spicier than I had wanted). Definitely a large portion but barely any tofu, and the noodles were a bit chewy/dry in some spots.

Liz H.

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Tastes like a bowl of super saturated soy sauce. No flavor. Very disappointed, was really looking forward to this dish