Pickled spring garlic (manuel jang-ajji)
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Pickled spring garlic (manuel jang-ajji)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:17:55 AM. Recipe ID 48528. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Pickled spring garlic (manuel jang-ajji)
 Categories: Asian, Korean
      Yield: 2 Lg serving
     30    Whole Head/young garlic
      2 c  Vinegar
      2 c  Soy Sauce
    2/3 c  Sugar
  1. Select young garlic heads with no sprouts. Remove roots and stems,
  wash, and peel off the outside skin. Place in bowl or jar and pour in
  the vinegar. Allow to stand for 4 or 5 days,, turning the heads
  occasionally. 2. When the garlic has lost its harsh taste, drain off
  the vinegar. 3. Boil the soy sauce with the sugar for a few minutes,
  and let cool. Pour the cooled soy sauce over the garlic, seal the jar
  and let it sit for at least 2 months. 4. To serve, slice across the
  heads. Notes: 1. Pickled garlic can be made only in early spring when
  soft, young heads are available. 2. It is very important to let the
  boiled soy sauce cool before combining with the garlic. Cooling
  prevents the garlic from going bad. 3. Garlic prepared this way loses
  all of its characteristic strong odor.

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Recipe ID 48528 (Apr 03, 2005)

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