I figured I’d start with his most famous dish! His discovery of the the frothy coffee in Macau he named “Dalgona Coffee.”
Jung Il woo’s Dalgona Coffee (딸고나커피)
2 tablespoons of instant coffee
2 tablespoons of sugar
2 tablespoons of water (make it hot so it helps dissolve the coffee faster)
1. Place all the ingredients in a cup and stir 400 times (It will feel like 4000!)
2. Serve milk in a glass with ice and spoon on the frothy coffee on top, stir it in.
¡Sip away in delight!
Other Recipes from the show Convenience Store Restaurant:
Recipes from Sweet Munchies
I incorporated behind the scenes videos of him cooking from his official account for your absolute delight!
Liquor Steamed Shellfish
Ingredients: clams (shellfish), olive oil, sliced garlic, white wine, pepperoncino, basil tomato, parmesan cheese
1. To release clams (shellfish)
2. To a pan with olive oil Stir-fried sliced garlic with spices
3. Add the clams (shellfish) when the scent is full
4. Pour white wine to immerse the clam in half and boil it until your mouth is open
5. Add crushed pepperoncino, tomato, basil and boil it. When boiled enough, take it out on a plate and finish with parmesan cheese
Egg Noodle Soup
Ingredients: olive oil, sliced garlic, onion, ground shrimp, clams, miso, coconut milk, tomato paste, water, egg noodle, pepper
1. Slice garlic in a pan with olive oil Stir-fry the scent
2. When the scent is enough, fry the onion
3. Add the clams, salted shrimp and stir-fry
4. Add miso, coconut milk, and tomato paste in a 1:1 ratio and pour water
5. Boil the egg noodles separately put in
6. When the broth boils as much as a simple value on the noodles, add red pepper to add flavor.
Webfoot Octopus and Potato Balls with Salsa
Ingredients: webfoot octopus, flour, potato, tomato, basil, onion, lemon juice, olive oil-
1. Webfoot octopus, French fries: Rub the washed webfoot octopus with flour to clean it again.
2. Prepare the potatoes to be fried with the webfoot octopus by cutting them into appropriate sizes (Ilwoo dug the potatoes with a spoon so they were round) and fried them for about 5 minutes.
3. Mix salsa minced tomatoes, onions, basil with lemon juice and olive oil.
4. Put webfoot octopus and French fries on a bowl and sprinkle salsa on top of it.
Squid Ink Risotto with Tripe
Ingredients: 2 egg yolks, mayonnaise, lemon juice, olive oil, chopped onions, fresh cream, squid ink, rice, seasoned tripe, peppers, and young leaf
1. Mix egg yolk into bowl, add mayonnaise, lemon juice and stir well
2. Mix well-mixed egg mayo in a sizzling pouch
3. Prepare risotto with olive oil, chopped onions in a pan covered with 1 cup of fresh cream, 11 T? squid ink, 1 cup of rice, mix well and boil
4. Mix and boil in a saucepan
5. Place ink risotto on a plate and put seasoned tripe on top. Decorate it with the egg mayo and young leaves.
Pretty Seafood Fish Dumplings
Ingredients: Minced sea bream, minced shrimp, minced ginger, chopped green onion, oyster sauce and dumpling skins.
1. Chop bream, shrimp, ginger and green onions. Add oyster sauce and mix to make dumpling stuffing
2. Stuff the dumpling skin. Close the dumplings making them pretty
3. Steam in a steamer
Ingredients: Egg, starch sugar 2T, tomato sauce 4T, soy sauce 1 and 1/2T, water 5T, sour cream
1. Egg omelet: Eggs poured into water and poured into a pan to make a tornado shape (starch when eggs are released… It’s a little easier to shape it!)
2. Add the sauce sugar 2T, tomato sauce 4T, soy sauce 1 and 1/2T, and water 5T to the pot, boil for a minute, add 1T starch, boil and make it viscous.
3. Topped with tomato sauce and sour cream, then sprinkled with parsley powder to finish.
Ingredients: cooked lobsters
For more detailed instructions watch this:
Schweinshaxe. Roasted pork hocks, a German dish.
1 leek, well cleaned, diced 1 stalk celery, diced 1 carrot, diced 1 onion, diced 2 meaty fresh pork hocks (or more) salt, peppercorns, cumin (if desired)
1. Put vegetables, 1 tsp salt, 1 tsp peppercorns, and pork hocks in pot.
2. Add water to cover, bring to boil, reduce heat to simmer, and cook until hocks are just tender – about 2 – 3 hours. Do not overcook.
3. Drain, keeping vegetables and cooking liquid.
4. Preheat oven to 425°F.
5. To baking dish, add drained pork hocks, drained cooked vegetables, and a small amount of the cooking liquid. Score the fat layer.
6. Bake 30 minutes, occasionally basting only the meat, not the fat layer, with cooking liquid. If the fat layer isn’t brown and crispy, turn on the broiler and continue browning. Keep watch that it doesn’t burn. This could take 5 – 10 minutes.
7. Serve the hocks with potatoes and sauerkraut. If desired, serve the cooking liquid (thicken with corn starch if desired). Add a bit of cumin to liquid if desired.
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caviar, olive oil, 2 garlics, 1 onion, parsley, unsalted butter (approx. 250 g), lemon zest, soy bean paste
1. Boil the escargot for 5 minutes.
2. Separate the flesh from the shells and remove guts, clean the water from the shells.
3. Put escargot back into the shells.
4. Use a blender to mix garlic, onion, parsley and the unsalted butter, add the lemon zest.
5. Add some of this mix to the rim of the escargots.
6. Use a torch the burn the garlic butter lightly.
Wait, where did the caviar go? Ill check this recipe with my tutor…
Recipes from Bilibili
Jung Il woo started posting lean recipes in his Bilibli account, it’s a Chinese App.
Lean Chicken Romaine Caesar Salad
September 20, 2020
Jung Il woo shared this recipe in his Bilibili account. My tutor had a hard time translating it as they added music and his words were hard to hear. So I don’t think I’ll ask him to translate any more of those Bilibili videos… So for the rest I’ll do my best guess! I will write the ingredients on the top and then leave the translations as the steps. It is great to read as he talks about what he likes to eat too and his very healthy habits. As a reminder if you are copying this, credit http://www.jungilwoodelights.com. Again… it is the right thing to do… and life always gives back what you give to it… it’s universal law.
egg (1 per serving)
100% whole wheat bread (optional)
Today, we will make Romaine Caesar Salad.
I am on a diet now, so I wanted to share some healthy and tasty food since I want you to eat that way. I already cooked the chicken breast and I put it under ice. If you put in the ice, the meat becomes more chewy. Today’s ingredients are anchovy, and usually they put mayonnaise when making Caesar salads, but this time, I will use Greek yogurt.
0:54 when you use yogurt, it is less calories so you gain less weight, and it is tasty, so I will use yogurt to make this dish. Things I put are simple. anchovy, bell pepper powder, Olive oil, lime, salt, black pepper, crushed garlics. so you can easily make it at home. While the chicken breast is cooling down, I will make sauce. Put two to two and a half big scoops of yogurt, if you eat alone, put less yogurts. You can put anchovies as a whole thing, but I usually make them small pieces.
1:41 in fact, it is very simple. Just cut them like this. When it is all done, put some anchovy, squeeze lime in, and if you want something more spicy, put the bell pepper powder. It gets spicy, so put as you like. And olive oil. I love olive oil so much. If you want a salad, just put olive oil and that’s good enough.
2:18 and then put some crushed garlic. Now mix them well. It’s very tasty. Now tear apart the chicken breast. Just tear them. Using hands is better. It is also good if you put bacon on top of the salad, but I am on a diet, so I removed the bacon. If you want to have bread, there are breads made of 100% whole wheat. They are not bad, also breads with grains and nuts, I think they are good. You need to do exercise to lose weight.
3:14 in fact, there should be some carbs so it can burn fat and make energy, so you must eat some carbs. I avoid flour when I am exercising, and noodles, even though I really love them.
3:34 I boiled the chicken breast for around 15 minutes, and I put cilantro and bay leaf and some black pepper, and then you can get rid of bad smells.
3:47. Now, the I tear the breast all apart. When it is done, put some black pepper on top of it. It helps get rid of bad smells. Now put some sauce on romaine. When it is done, put cheese on top of it.
4:28 I boiled some eggs, and…. What? I boiled it for 6 minutes, I peeled the eggs and put it on top. When you tear them apart, you see the yolk coming out! Now put chicken breast on top of it. Other breast parts, you mix with sauce. Ohh so tasty! Yes! All done!
5:16 Jung Il woo’s healthy recipe, we have finished the chicken breast romaine caesar salad! Follow as I did, and I think you can surely learn how to make it. See you next time!
Here is his completed dish:
October 6, 2020
Jung Il Woo posted this recipe in his Chinese Bilibili account on September 26, 2020. I have finally had the time to translate the recipe. I used the Chinese characters throughout the video to do it, as the sound quality of these videos is not good enough not even for my tutor’s ears. So to do this translation I took almost 200 screen shots! If there is someone that can speak Korean that can understand these videos and would be willing to translate these videos for the rest of us, could you let me know at email@example.com? You will receive full credit and so many thankful fans!
Alright onto the recipe. Here is the video he posted:
Seafood: octopus in various cuts
Fish: I couldn’t make out the fish he used but in a recipe from Food & Wine I got: 1/2 pound of fresh skinless snapper, bass or halibut in filet.
1 1/2 cups of lemon juice
a few chili red peppers , quantity according to taste
1 red onion
mashed garlics to taste
cilantro leaves, quantity according to taste (in the photos it looks like what we call parsley here)
(In the Food & Wine recipe it also has: 3 tablespoons of fresh orange juice, or 1/2 teaspoon of sugar, manzanillo olives chopped and avocados. In other recipes they also add shrimp.)
These are the directions according to the Chinese subtitles. It includes his comments too. Anything in red was added by me to clarify recipe using Food & Wine’s recipe.
I want to make a delicacy that represents South America: Ceviche. ^ ^
where you can use different kinds of seafood.
Here are some screen shots with the process, looking at him cook also gave me clues of what he was saying…
Yummmm… can’t wait to eat make this! I actually ate Ceviche in the South American country of its origin: Peru. It was so, so, so delicious! Here is a photo of it:
The corn there was the most amazing corn, in looks, in taste… the kernels were huge!!! They were bigger than the tip of my fingers! All natural! I ate corn there everytime I could… I just couldn’t get enough of it! I’ll have to tell you about this trip sometime! If you ever want to choose a South American country to visit… let it be Perú! It’s ancient history: the Incas (among many other native groups), its amazing cuisine and Machu Picchu are unbeatable! Only Mexico can match it, but Mexico is in North America.
I wanted to see if I could find the apron he was wearing, I really liked it. And I did… you can purchase it here:
By the way did you know that cilantro and coriander are basically the same! Coriander are the seeds of cilantro! Some people call cilantro coriander for the leaves too. That apron is coriander! Perfect for our cilantro-corander lover Ilwoo!