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[Nongshim] Chapagetti Jjajang Noodles 4.5 Oz(10 Pack)

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Original price $26.99
Original price $26.99 - Original price $26.99
Original price $26.99
Current price $24.66
$24.66 - $24.66
Current price $24.66
Chapagetti is Nongshim’s version of the Chajangmyun Noodles, an immensly popular noodle dish in Korea. Nongshim spent years developing and tweaking the secret Chajang recipe until it tasted just like the common Chajangmyun shops found all over Korea. Making Chajangmyun is a very difficult process that few outside the business are able to do, but Nongshim Chapagetti makes it easy for you to enjoy the taste of Chajangmyun in your own home! What in the World is Chajang? Chajang is a Chinese black bean sauce that first started appearing in Korea’s port city of Incheon in the 19th century as the city’s Chinese immigrant population grew. The immigrants, mostly from China’s Shandong Province, brought along their traditional cuisine, and among these Chajangmyun seems to have been the most popular. Over the next 100+ years, the dish has steadily evolved to match the taste of Koreans, to the point that though today’s dish is still referred to as Chinese food in Korea, it is considered to be Korean food in China. Today it is one of the most commonly enjoyed foods in Korea, available for delivery at virtually every city and town in South Korea. The Taste of Nongshim Chapagetti Nongshim Chapagetti combines the taste of authentic Chajang with the ramyun noodles that we’ve all grown to love. The chajang sauce has the sweet taste of sweet onions, like any good chajang sauce. Carrot and meat flakes add to the meal, making Chapagetti perfect for whenever the craving for Chajang strikes. Popular extras include crushed chili pepper powder, and a side of yellow pickled radish. Is Chajangmyun Korean or Chinese? The origins of Chajangmyun are clear- Chinese immigrants to Korea brought Chajangmyun and other local delicacies to Korea from their native Shandong Province in the 19th century. In those days, there could be no doubt that Chajangmyun was Chinese. However, the years that followed saw the dish adapt to the taste of the local Korean populace. Today it can best be described as a historic and wildly successful fusion between the culinary legacies of two cultures..
  • Based upon a dish named Jajangmyeon, also known for “Black Bean Noodles”
  • The noodles are wonderfully tender with a good chew The stacked Black bean sauce, brownish-black hue, is well-balanced and rich (Sweet, Salty, Savory) of the noodles would go quite nicely with crisp green vegetables or kimchi if it's handy
  • No spice at all in this one, so have no fear!
  • Highly recommend enjoying this dish with sliced cucumbers, pickled radish and eggs!
  • 5 minutes doesn't seem like that long a time, but halfway through preparation you’ll start to smell the noodles cooking and you'll be tempted to just take them out Don't! It's worth the wait!