Ojingeochae bokkeum

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Ojingeochae bokkeum
Korean cuisine-Ojingeochae bokkeum-01.jpg
Ojingeochae bokkeum
Korean name
Hangul 오징어채볶음
Hanja none
Revised Romanization ojingeochae bokkeum
McCune–Reischauer ochingoch'ae pokkŭm

Ojingeochae bokkeum (lit. "stir-fried dried shredded squid") is a Korean dish made by stir-frying dried shredded squid in a sauce based on gochujang (chili pepper paste) and sugar or corn syrup. The ojingeo in the dish's name refers to squid while bokkeum means "stir-fried". It is eaten as banchan (small side dishes) when having a meal with a bowl of cooked rice[1]

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