For Delicious Homemade Jajangmyeon
[Jinmi] Jajangmyeon Chunjang Paste
Jinmi's Chunjang Paste is our go-to paste for homemade Jajangmyeon.
Surprisingly, very few companies produce Chunjang Paste at a commercial scale. Jinmi is one of the few large companies that does. And their Chunjang Paste has become the go-to product for many homecooks.
So what does it taste like? Raw Chunjang Paste tastes salty, earthy and slightly bitter. However, if you fry the paste in oil, it loses the bitterness and develops a smooth, savory flavor. With a few scoops of sugar and water, this black paste transforms into a delicious Jajangmyeon sauce.
Scoop it over some freshly boiled noodles and enjoy Jajangmyeon at home!
Delicious with noodles and had the leftovers with rice the next day! Of course I followed Daniel and Katie’s recipe so it was guaranteed to be tasty. So happy to get good Korean products , it’s like traveling without the jet lag!
Well packaged, a good quantity for the price, and even comes with a recipe. Nothing left to ask for.
Sometimes you just gotta eat some jajangmyeon (or with rice). This is one of those unique ingredients you NEED to make it right. Easy ordering, shipped to a local address in Spain. And it is a LOT of paste, there is definitely enough for 7-8 servings, to plan accordingly when making it.
It was quite similar to what ive tasted, although ive never tasted true jajangmyeon from Korea, ive tried some instant jajangmyeon from Korea. I need to use more paste next time but its true to taste and I will buy again!
- Perfect for making Jajangmyeon Noodles at home!
- Best-selling Chunjang Paste in Korea
- 1 Box contains 300g of paste (enough for 10-12 large servings)
Doenjang, wheat flour, salt, caramel coloring
Expiration period: 1 year 6 months
Before opening, store in a cool dry area
After opening, store in refrigerator
What to Make
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Jinmi has been making fermented sauces and pastes since 1970. Their wide range of products can be found in nearly every Korean pantry.
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No. Squeeze out the leftover paste into an air-tight container. Then store in your refrigerator.
A: No it's not.
Yes, it is. Chunjang paste is used to make jajang sauce. Please note - this is not an instant-ready sauce. It's best to fry this paste in a layer of oil and mix with water to make jajangyeon sauce (refer to the video above).
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Jinmi has been producing Korean fermented sauces and pastes for the last 70 years. Their deonjang, ssamjang, soy sauce and chunjang are especially popular among homecooks in Korea. Jinmi's products are HAACP certified.