|Place of origin||Korea|
|Region or state||Gangwon Province|
|Main ingredients||Dumplings (ground potatoes, vegetables), broth|
|Cookbook:Gamja ongsimi Gamja ongsimi|
|Revised Romanization||gamja ongsimi|
Gamja ongsimi is a variety of sujebi (a dumpling soup) in Korean cuisine, consisting of dumplings made from ground potato and chopped vegetables in a clear broth. It is a local specialty of Gangwon province, South Korea, where a lot of potatoes are cultivated and harvested due to the cold weather. It has a relatively bland taste with a broth usually made from anchovies. The name is a combination of two words; gamja (감자), meaning potato in Korean; and ongsimi (옹심이), the Gangwon dialect term for saeyal (새알), a small ball made of grain flour served in soups or porridge.
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