10 Delicious Spicy Korean Noodles Recipes

Are you looking for something new to make in the kitchen? Do you want to test your skills and explore new cuisines? Below we will be listing 10 of the most delicious spicy Korean noodles. Bring the aroma of Korea to your own kitchen and enjoy these mouth-watering recipes.

10 Delicious Spicy Korean Noodles Recipes

Eastern Market Ramen Noodles

  • Boil a large pot of salted water, adding green beans and cook until tender. Drain the green beans in a colander and rinse with cold water.
  • Next, use a small skillet to heat olive oil over medium heat before frying chopped garlic. Remove from the heat when brown.
  • Add water, red chile pepper, chicken broth (or vegetable stock if preferred), and sliced garlic cloves. Bring this to a boil then simmer for about 3 minutes.
  • Add soy sauce, fish sauce, rice wine vinegar, and black pepper and let this simmer for 2 minutes.
  • Then stir in green beans and ramen noodles (along with a seasoning packet). Cook until noodles have softened.
  • Finally, add in enoki mushrooms and simmer until tender. Stir in scallions and cook for around another 1 minute. Dish up noodles into a bowl and top cilantro leaves and basil. Sprinkle top with fried garlic.

Kimchi Udon Noodle Stir Fry

  • Bring salted water to a boil and cook udon until firm and tender. Drain once boiled.
  • In a bowl, mix soy sauce, honey, rice vinegar, and sriracha sauce before setting aside.
  • Next, cook your bacon on a high heat in a pan along with kimchi and garlic.
  • Add the sauce, udon noodles, and sesame oil. Serve onto a plate and top the dish with scallions.

Spicy Korean Beef Noodles

  • Whisk green onions, soy sauce, gochujang, rice vinegar, sesame oil, sugar, garlic, and ginger in a bowl. Pour half of this mixture into a separate Ziplock bag and add steak. Let this sit in the refrigerator overnight (if you don’t have the time, let this marinate for no less than 30 minutes).
  • Bring oil to a medium-high heat on a pan and cook your steak for 5 minutes (or more than 8 minutes if needed) on each side, leaving marinade in the Ziplock bag. Move the steak elsewhere to rest.
  • Add the rest of the ingredients (onions, mushrooms, ramen noodles with seasoning) along with the marinade to the pan. Pour water on top and let it simmer for 5-7 minutes until noodles are cooked.
  • Add sliced steak strips and the rest of the sauce, combining everything inside the pan. Garnish with green onions.

Chap Chae Noodles

  • Add soy sauce, sesame oil, green onions, sesame seeds, garlic, pepper, beef and sugar.
  • Marinate for 15 minutes.
  • Heat up oil and add beef. Stir in bamboo shoots, napa cabbage, carrots and spinach.
  • Add noodles, soy sauce, sugar, salt, pepper, and cook until heated through.

Spicy Korean Kimchi Ramen

  • Place garlic, ginger, pork belly, soy sauce and sesame oil into a bowl and marinate. Add pork belly and marinade to a pot and cook for up to 10 minutes at a medium to low heat. Then add onion to the pot, cooking until soft.
  • Turn heat up to medium high and add kimchi, gochujang and gochugaru. After stirring for around 2 minutes, add kimchi juice, broth and water. Lower the heat and let this simmer.
  • Whilst the ramen broth is finishing off, cook the ramen noodles in boiling water.
  • Dish up and top with a poached egg and a sprinkle of scallions.

Vegan Lo Mein Korean Tofu Bulgogi

  • First preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Press tofu by placing tofu onto a plate, placing another plate on top and setting a 5-pound weight on top. Then drain the liquid and dice into cubes.
  • You then need to combine the soy sauce, sesame oil, green onions, maple syrup, sesame seeds, garlic, red pepper powder and liquid smoke into a bowl, folding in your tofu.
  • Cover this in a plastic wrap and place inside the refrigerator for at least an hour.
  • Place the drained tofu (save the marinade) onto a baking sheet and cook in the oven for 20 to 25 minutes.
  • Whilst this is in the oven, cook lo mein noodles in boiling salted water then drain. Cook onions in a wok until golden, then broccoli and coleslaw mix. Add noodles, baked tofu, and marinade to this mix.
  • Once cooked, dish up and enjoy.

Japchae

  • Cook the sweet potato noodles in boiling water, drain, and rinse with cold water. Then drizzle some sesame oil on top and toss until the noodles are completely coated. Combine steak, soy sauce and black better and allow this to marinate for half an hour.
  • To make the sauce, mix toasted sesame oil, maple syrup and soy sauce. Add steak to a heated pan of oil and cook through – set this aside once done.
  • You can then cook your vegetables on a heated pan, cooking the mushroom, bell pepper, carrot, spinach and garlic cloves.
  • Now everything has cooked, remove the pan from the heat and combine every ingredient (noodles, steak, vegetables).
  • When finished combining, dish up into a bowl.

Jab Chae

  • Add your vermicelli noodles into a pot of boiling water and cook until clear and soft. Once cooked, drain the noodles, let this sit, then cut the noodles.
  • In a skillet, sauté beef, garlic, salt and pepper until the beef is cooked, then transfer into a large bowl.
  • Cook onion, salt and pepper in the same skillet before adding the onion to the beef. Then cook carrot with salt and pepper, adding to the beef mixture. Lastly, cook spring onions and add to the mixture too.
  • Mix in the noodles with the beef mixture, adding the soy sauce, sugar, sesame oil and sesame seed mix.

Jjapanguri With Steak

  • Combine beef, salt, pepper and vegetable oil in a small pan, mixing well before cooking for 3 minutes over a high heat with added butter.
  • Add Jjapagetti and Neoguri noodles into boiling water along with their seasoning sachets. Cook this for 2 to 3 minutes before straining over a bowl. Measure one cup of this strained hot noodle water before placing back into the pot, adding black bean paste and beef.
  • After stirring well, add this to a bowl and enjoy.

Jjolmyeon

  • Combine hot pepper paste, soy sauce, Korean hot pepper flakes, white vinegar, minced garlic, rice syrup, sesame oil and sesame seeds and mix well to make a sauce.
  • Rinse and drain soybean sprouts, then boil them over a medium heat for 12 minutes. Put half of these sprouts into a large bowl to cool.
  • Add noodles to a boiling pot of water, strain and rinse in cold water.
  • Then add your shredded cabbage, shredded carrot, and sauce to a bowl with soy bean sprouts, mixing well, before mixing in your noodles, toasted sesame oil and sesame seeds. Top with cucumber and half a boiled egg to finish.

Final Thoughts

Here was listed some of our favorite spicy Korean noodle dishes, with an easy-to-follow step by step guide. Choose your favorite and try something new for all the family to indulge in.

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