Gochujang Fermented Chile Paste with Sesame
Korean Fermented Chile Paste with Sesame
Gochujang (say “go-chew-jong”) is a centuries-old Korean condiment made from fermented soybeans, rice, Korean red chile, salt and sugar. This peppery paste packs a powerful punch of umami and tongue-tingling heat with just a touch of sweetness. Mother-in-Law's Kimchi Gochujang Chile Paste with Sesame gets an extra savory hit from toasty sesame oil and nutty richness from the addition of peanuts. It has a looser texture, making it ideal for pouring and dipping. Toss it straight out of the jar with soba noodles, sliced cucumbers and green onions for a quick, refreshing pasta salad. Or use it as a dipping sauce for fresh spring rolls, or drizzle over lettuce cups.
What makes Mother-in-Law's pastes even more delectable is that they are made with all non-GMO ingredients, no corn syrup and no MSG. Also try Mother-in-Law's Taditional Gochujang.
Finalist for Outstanding Cooking Sauce or Flavor Enhancer
sofi™ Awards 2014
- Mother-in-Law's Kimchi
- United States
- 8 ounces