Budae Jjigae literally means 'army stew', a dish born out of necessity in war-weary Korea after World War II, when food was in shortage and the only accessible items were surplus food from U.S. military bases. Assembled simply with notably American goods like luncheon meat, the Koreans cooked the dish with easy flair in a hotpot. It's now the quintessential dish at my dinner gatherings! To make this stew kid-friendly, it is less spicy and loaded it with crunchy vegetables, shiitake mushrooms and beancurd. You'll also love the bite and flavour of the tasty Quorn meat-free sausages!
Meat-Free | Dairy-Free | Contains Egg | Contains Gluten | Slightly Spicy