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Ten tastes of daegu Ttarogukbap Somakchang gui Mungtigi or Saenggogi Dongin-dong jjimgalbi Nonmegi Maeuntang Bekeo bulgogi Nureun guksu Muchimhoe Yaki udon Napjak mandu

Napjak mandu
Napjak mandu photo

Set apart by its lightness, this mandu (pot sticker) is almost tasteless. The faint taste they do have comes from putting starch noodles into the pot sticker, shaping them into crescents, boiling them in water once, frying them, then sprinkling them with a soy sauce found only in Daegu for the last 40 years. The current custom is to eat these pot stickers with hot spices, or to mix them with tteokbokki (a boiled spicy dish of sliced rice cake, cabbage, hot pepper paste and eggs) or spicy vegetable salad. This is a new type of pot sticker made with ingredients that are based on a vegetable bun filling. It was first developed in Daegu to replace the greasy Chinese pot stickers then served in local restaurants. These pot stickers use scant amounts of starch noodles, Korean leek, carrot, cabbage, and green onion.

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Miseongdang 053-255-0742 75-2 Namsan-ro, Jung-gu, Daegu Detail view
Nammun napjak mandu 053-257-1440 28 Jungang-daero 61-gil, Jung-gu, Daegu Detail view

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