Doenjang jjigae

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Doenjang jjigae
Doenjang jjigae.jpg
Type Jjigae
Place of origin Korea
Main ingredients Doenjang; vegetables, mushrooms, seafood, or dubu
Cookbook:Doenjang jjigae  Doenjang jjigae
Doenjang jjigae
Hangul 된장 찌개
Hanja 찌개
Revised Romanization doenjang jjigae
McCune–Reischauer toenchang tchike

Doenjang jjigae is a variety of jjigae or stew-like Korean traditional dish, made with doenjang (Korean soybean paste) and available ingredients such as vegetables, mushrooms, seafood, or dubu (tofu).[1] It is regarded as one of the representative dishes of food in Korea along with Kimchi jjigae.

The dish is the source of the name Doenjang Girl, a South Korean stereotype of a woman who eats cheap food at home so she can drink expensive coffees in public.

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