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Hi everybody! Today I'm going to make a really easy, simple, delicious and healthy recipe. Made with sweet potato. In Korean: "goguma. " it's called goguma-mallaengi.
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It's a kind of snack. Really natural snack because all we need is sweet potato.
Sweet potato and water and boil. If I don't count water as a cooking ingredient there is only one ingredient. Have I ever made any recipe with only one ingredient? I don't think so. This is Korean's traditional snack. Natural. Very natural. And no oil is added.
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And really healthy. Everybody knows that sweet potato is good for your body. When I was young, during the winter vacation I went to my grandmother's house on my father's side, at the south sea. She grew a lot of sweet potato and then she kept this in her room. During the wintertime, the nights are really longer than the days And sometimes we just took one out, peeled, and ate. It tastes like a chestnut.
But mostly the reason my grandmother kept the sweet potato like that is to cook in meals. This is 6 pounds of sweet potatoes. I bought 3 different colors. Korean sweet potato, inside is creamy and a little white, and purple color sweet potato. And also usual orange Western style sweet potato. I'm going to steam these sweet potatoes so I'm boiling water, around 2 inches deep. And then let's wash. This is purple. Purple sweet potato. Pretty, isn't it? This is Korean sweet potato. Inside is a little creamy white. This is orange color, just usual. This is orange color. My water is boiling right now. This is a steamer basket. I will just add this and then put all my sweet potatoes in. And I will add this. . . I'm going to steam this until this sweet potato is fully cooked. So maybe. . . 30 minutes over medium high heat. The cooking time depends on how big the sweet potato is. Really big one is 1 hour. This one is a little smaller and thinner, I'm going to cook 30 minutes. After 30 minutes I will see if this is fully cooked or not. With what? This one, my wooden skewer. If this goes through easily then that means it's cooked. If this is not going smooth and still something is inside, it's not cooked yet and I'm going to cook longer, 10 or 20 minutes longer So let's start with 30 minutes. And it already started! 30 minutes passed. Let's see if this guy is well cooked. I will choose the thickest one. You see, not yet cooked. In the middle, it's stuck. So I'm going to cook 20 more minutes. So it should be well cooked in 20 minutes. So in total 50 minutes – five zero! (laughs) I'm going to transfer my potato here. And then I need to slice and dry. Now, can I touch this or not? Tell me? I know you guys say: "Please, don't touch!" It's too hot!" Yes I'm going to wait. I'm going to wait 5 minutes and then I will put it on my cutting board. I'm going to peel off the skin. So this is Korean sweet potato. By the way, you guys can eat just right now, right away. See? And this is my dehydrator. Sun drying is really good my grandmother didn't have this kind of machine. She dried this in the nice, hot, sunny weather. And then dried this. She harvested hot peppers and dried in the yard. This sweet potato is the same, but I can't do this, I'm living in an apartment and the problem with drying outside is that a lot of flies are coming I don't want to be in that kind of situation. So this is just a wet paper towel. I'm going to wash sometimes while I'm doing this. And slice this. Slice this like that and then put it on the basket. This is the usual, Western style sweet potato How pretty is the orange color inside! This is purple color. It's not very hot now. Like this, peel off. So this thickness is around a quarter inch to one third inch, one centimeter. This is the last one. Lid. I'm going to dry this until this is really hard and dried. And make it really jelly looking. 8 to 12 hours it should be dried. See you soon! Hi everybody! It's time to harvest our goguma-mallaengi. it took 12 hours. Around 4 or 5 hours later, I turned them over and then in total, 12 hours they dried. And it's nice! Nice nicely done. I'm so excited . Let's see together! Isn't it pretty? The color is really darker than before. Nice. This is not very hard. You can bend, like this. Perfect jelly. Nice So let's put it there, really colorful. I bought this dehydrator a long time ago. When I lived in Canada. And then when I moved to New York, I brought this. Last year around Christmastime, I made a lot. I gave this as a Christmas gift to people. And they loved, loved it. Because this is an all-natural snack And pretty! When you taste it, also surprised because so tasty. These days they maybe produce a better quality dehydrator. But still this guy is working very well! I cannot throw it away. So this is like my friend, my kitchen friend. So if you want to buy this, everywhere you can buy, even Amazon. Today we made goguma-mallaengi Traditional Korean snack, sweet potato snack. Let's taste. Mmm! It tastes sweet, chewy like hard jelly. The more you chew the more sweet potato flavor comes out Surprisingly very filling. Between meals it's going to be a good snack. Perfect snack. I like to share this with my special guest today. Probably he will love love it. Can you guess? Who he is? You never, right? You can never guess! I like to take one piece to him. You guys remember this? My other video, when I made a three-color sandwich, this is my daughter's dog. He already noticed I have something delicious in my hand. See? Ok! Give me hand, give me hand. Ohh! Good! I love goguma-mallaengi, he loved goguma-mallaengi! What kind of food can be shared between the human and pet? He loves this. Here you go! Ok! Not excited? He's looking for some secret place to eat. Usually with some kind of good snack he takes it to his own secret place and then eating. (laughs) Today we made Korean sweet potato snack. Goguma-mallaengi Enjoy my recipe! See you next time! Bye!.