Ganjang Bibim Guksu (Soy Sauce Bibim Guksu). Delicious cold chewy thin noodles in a salty, sweet, tangy sauce with a hint of sesame. Accompanied with a soft-boiled egg and fresh crunchy cucumber. A very simple and tasty dish that is quick to make. Fantastic for lunch or dinner. Very popular in Korea and refreshing to eat in the summertime.
In a pot filled with water, bring it to a boil. Add noodles and mix with tongs. Boil for 3 minutes, at most. Strain noodles immediately and run under cold water. Allow it to strain.
In another pot, bring it to a boil and add eggs. Boil without a lid for 6 minutes for soft yolks. For medium soft eggs, boil for 7-8 minutes. For hard boiled eggs, boil for 9-10 minutes. After they have boiled, ice bath them and allow them to cool. Crack and peel them. Then slice into half and set aside.
Slice cucumbers into thin match sticks. Note: There's no need to peel the cucumber.
Lastly in a large mixing bowl, add soy sauce, sesame seeds, sesame oil. sugar, minced garlic and rice vinegar. Whisk until well combined. Then add back in your cold strained noodles. Mix well with tongs or clean hands.
Divide and transfer noodles into two bowl. Place cucumber slices over top along with sliced eggs. Garnish with more sesame seeds. Enjoy!
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