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Korean Stir-Fried Vermicelli, Japchae (a CEO’s Recipe)

Korean Stir-Fried Vermicelli, Japchae

I have to agree with Ms Kim, Chairperson of the Korean Women’s Association in Hong Kong, that this famous stir-fry can be prepared with just a few ingredients. And she demonstrated so. Using only beef, carrot, and onion along with the vermicelli (sweet potato noodles), she cooked a tasty and presentable dish of japchae in minutes.
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