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Samgyetang Broth Pack with 6-Year-Old Red Ginseng

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Includes 6-Year-Old Red Ginseng

Samgyetang Broth Pack with Red Ginseng


A proper bowl of traditional Samgyetang always includes a piece of ginseng.

But nowadays, it's getting harder and harder to find. Many Samgyetang restaurants in Seoul skimp on it due to its high cost.

This Samgyetang broth pack comes with a whole ginseng root! Not just any ginseng - but the most premium type - 6-Years-Old Red Ginseng! Ginseng roots, as they age, store larger amounts of saponin. (Saponin is the key molecule behind the root's medicinal and health benefits). At year 6, the roots contains the highest amount of saponin.

The broth pack also includes 5 other premium herbal ingredients - each of which are grown locally in Korea. If you're feeling sick or in need of an energy bost, use this broth pack to make an incredible, deep-tasting pot of traditional Samgyetang at home!

Note: This package contains 140 grams of herbal ingredients - which will make enough broth for cooking 2-3 chickens at once. Perfect to use for a family meal!

Product Highlights

  • Contains 6 traditional herbal ingredients, including 6-Year-Old Red Ginseng
  • All ingredients are grown locally in Korea
  • Package comes with a broth bag - easy to make broth
  • 1 Package is 140 grams (family-size) - makes enough broth to cook 2-3 cornish hens
Product In Brief

Main Ingredients

6-Year-Old Korean Red Ginseng (10 g), Korean Milkvetch (30 g)

Korean Raisin Tree (30g), Korean Castor Aralia (30 g)

Siberian Ginseng (30 g), Korean Jujube (10 g)

    Storage Tips

    Expiration period: 2 year

    Before opening, store in a cool, dry area

      What to Make

      Samgyetang (Ginseng Chicken)

        About the Brand

        Momaejowha specializes in Korean dried herbs, fruit and teas. Their Samgyetang broth bags have become a hit for using only premium-quality, locally-source herbal ingredients. 

          How do I make Samgyetang?

          Here is a great YouTube video on how to make Traditional Samgyetang

          Cooking Instructions (2-3 person serving)

          1. Start with the herbal broth: Place all of the dried Samgyetang ingredients into the broth pack (but exclude the 6-year-old red ginseng piece - we'll use that in the next step). Then add 4L of water into a large pot and add-in the broth bag. Boil on medium-heat for 1 hour. Then discard the broth pack.

          2. Clean the inside of the cornish hen and give it a thorough rinse. Stuff it with glutinous rice and red ginseng. Feel free to add other aromatic ingredients like a few cloves of garlic, jujube and peeled chestnut if you have them. Now cross its legs so the ingredients don't fall out (reference video). Place into the broth. 

          3. Boil the cornish hen on high heat for 30 minutes. Then on medium heat for another 30 minutes. After 1 hour, the broth should look cloudy - which means its been infused with flavor. Reduce the heat to a low and slowly simmer for a final 20 minutes. 

          4. Move the chicken to a serving bowl. Garnish with chopped green onions. And season it with a touch of salt and pepper. 

          Product faq

          Q: What's inside the bag?
          Q: Should I use chicken or cornish hen?
          Q: Where are the ingredients from?
          Q: Does this include a broth bag?
          Q: How many servings can I make with one pack?
          Q: What if I want to only make a 1-person serving of Samgyetang?

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          About The Brand

          Momaejowha specializes in Korean dried herbs, fruit and teas. Their Samgyetang broth bags have become a hit for using only premium-quality, locally-source herbal ingredients.

          That's it folks!