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Tuna Gochujang Noodles

4 Servings
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Our inspiration for this simple recipe comes from bimbim guksu, a Korean cold noodle dish that pairs delicate somen with kimchi and a spicy sauce. Gochujang, a fermented chili paste, supplies savory, umami-rich flavor and canned tuna turns the noodles into a satisfying, but not heavy, meal in a bowl. Fine pasta, such as angel hair or capellini, work well here, but if you happen to have somen, by all means, use it. And if you have lettuce on hand, shred several leaves and divide them among the bowls, creating a bed for the noodles; toss well before eating.

Ingredients

  • 8

    ounces capellini OR somen noodles

  • 2-3

    tablespoons gochujang

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