Bossam : Korean Boiled Pork Wrap : Bo Ssam Recipe 보쌈 만들기

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Today I’m sharing one of the true traditional Korean recipe! We call “Bossam”. Ssam means wrap and Bossam means wrap with lots of generous stuffing inside. Commonly, it serves with boiled meat: Suyuk.

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Suyuk is one of Korean cooking techniques of cooking meat. “Su” means water and “Yuk” means meat in Chinese. Although Yuk mean is meat, it commonly meant pork- which is most popular meat in Asia.

In Korea when you order suyuk, mostly it’s either pork belly or pork shoulder/butt serves with a couple of dipping sauce and side dishes but no wrapping options.
So if you oder Bossam, mostly they serves Suyuk with wrapping vegetables and side dishes for wrapping.
Everyone eats Bossam differently, so try different wrapping, filling, vegetables and sauces and find out your favorite!

But most importantly, have fun while experimenting of authentic Korean food in your kitchen!!

The Full Recipe is on my website:
http://seonkyounglongest.com/?p=2576

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Bossam (Boiled Pork- Suyuk; eaten with a salty sauce and wrapped in greens) Ingredients

Suyuk (Bolied meat/Meat cooked in flavored water):

1 1/2 lb. Pork belly, 2” to 2 1/2” thick 9” long (you can use short one, but make sure it’s 2”thick), skin on/off
6 cups cold water, enough to cover pork belly
10 cloves garlic, smashed
1/2 onion, quartered
1 Tbs. Black pepper corn
4 of 1/4” thin ginger slices
1/2 cup rice wine
1 tsp. salt

Radish Kimchi for Bossam:
1 Korean radish(Moo) cut into 1/8” julienne (Approximately 6 cups)
2 Tbs. Kosher or flake sea salt
2 Tbs. Sugar
2 Tbs. White vinegar
5 Tbs. Gochugaru, Korean red pepper flakes
2 Tbs. Fish sauce
2 Tbs. Sugar
2 Cloves garlic, minced (Approximately 1 Tbs.)
4 Green onions, cut into lengthwise then cut 2” long pieces.
1 Asian pear, cut into 1/8” julienne (Approximately 3 cups)
1 Bunch of water parsley/water celery (Minari), cut into 2” long pieces, Optional
Raw oyster, Optional

Salted shrimp dipping sauce, SaewooJeot-Jang :
1 tsp. Salted shrimp
1 Tbs. Salted shrimp juice
1 Tbs. sesame oil
1 tsp. Sesame seeds
1 tsp. Gochugaru, Korean red pepper flake
1/2 Green onion, finally chopped

Must Bossam Assembling Side Dishes:
Bossam radish kimchi (recipe follow)
Salted shrimp dipping sauce, Saewoo-Jeot Jang (recipe follow)
Ssam Jang (Korean spicy bean paste dipping sauce)

Optional Bossam Assembling Side Dishes:
1/4 Napa cabbage, salted with 1/4 cup kosher or flake sea salt for an hour, rinse throughly and drained (for wrap)
Green lettuce leaves (for warp)
Wild sesame leaves (for warp)
Fresh wide rice noodle(for wrap)
Sliced garlic
Sliced chili
Cucumber sticks
Carrot sticks
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17 comments

  1. Александр Ларионов

    6:39 what kind of side dish?

  2. Great stuff. Thank you!!!!

  3. yay I was looking at how you guys boil the pork ehhee.. thanks

  4. YOU SO FUNNY!!! <3

  5. PARK JC (앞으로나아갈때)

    Oh you look healthy I love girl kind of like you ^^

  6. I made the radish kimchi and it was awesome!! How long can the radish kimchi keep in the fridge?

  7. I couldn't tell when she spilled the sake if she was like, "UGH I made a mistake." or "UGH I WASTED ALCOHOL cry" Both thoughts had me laughing so hard. This video was awesome thank you!!!

  8. 2xkurosakix2

    You got yourself a new subscriber!!! I searched for korean recipes and you showed up!!! 

  9. i bought smaller/thinner strips of pork belly instead of one big slab because i couldn't find a larger slab anywhere, it's a cut commonly used for barbecuing here where i live, i believe its still okay to boil but i'd rather ask. would it still be okay? would the cooking time be different?

  10. Can u do a video on jokbal, please??

  11. super love!

  12. I am Korean I love that stuff
    

  13. Why not eat rice with it lol

  14. Smith And Wesson

    This meal looks so damn good

  15. trisha hicban

    It looks so good unni! Someday i wanna be like you♥ when i get older ill cook for my fam too. Really like it!!! And you too very inspiring!

  16. Loved this! Will definitely be trying over the weekend :)

  17. Ooh finally!! 보쌈!! I fell in love with this dish when I first tried it at a korean restaurant. 좋아해요!!

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