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    Belinda @themoonblushbaker
    09.13.2013

    Loving it! Traditional can never get in way of new forms of deliciousness (aka I am stilling wait for my par fired pizza dough to come out right). Any way now I need to try using it risotto and pasta, this looks so good!
    Do not feel silly about series all nighters; I once pulled one for season one of revenge since I was getting season two the next day.

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      Mandy L.
      09.13.2013

      Belinda, oh REVENGE! I remember that one, too..hahaa. This would work well in risotto, too you’re right! Par-fried pizza dough… might take a few failures to be realized but I’m gonna do my best :)

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    Kevin @ Closet Cooking
    09.14.2013

    Nice use of gochujang!

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    Sarah Crowder (punctuated. with food)
    09.14.2013

    You make my favorite food of all the bloggers. Gochujang on errrrything, please.

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    Caroline
    09.14.2013

    OMG, this is absolutely drool-worthy! Can’t wait to make it, I love gochujang!
    I saw the two greedy Italians and it really annoyed me too when they talked about the boycott of foreign products! How fantastically dumb! I live in Switzerland and I am so so glad that we don’t boycott foreign products here (quite the contrary, nowadays we can find pretty much any exotic ingredients even in the regular grocery stores) otherwise I would just shoot myself.

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    Paula @ Vintage Kitchen Notes
    09.15.2013

    I could it this for days! And don’t ask about my tv marathons…

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    Reana Louise
    09.17.2013

    I just made this and, whoa, I am a gochujang convert. Gochujang on all the things. Also, you might want to update your serving sizes to “serves 1 hungry lady + 1 fatso boy.” No regrets.

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    Cheryl Soh
    09.17.2013

    This is amazing! I tried it tonight and everyone loved it. :D

    Thank you!! :D

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    Sandra | Sandra’s Easy Cooking
    09.18.2013

    I am making it right this moment! Gochujang is like a medicine for me!:)) Thanks for the idea! Oh pics are divine, too!

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    Katie Ehrlich
    09.24.2013

    Gochujang and cheese is my favorite! I first had it in Japan, where they serve Korean spicy hot pot called Akakara. You eat all the veggies out of the gochujang flavored soup, then if you ordered the dish risotto style they throw rice and Parmesan in and cook it till it’s bubbly and gooey and crusty and amazing.

    This spaghetti looks Akakara-level delicious, and thank you for pointing out that tomatoes are not Italian :)

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    carolyn
    09.28.2013

    This dish looks delish! Definitely giving this a go. Your blog is so interesting (and funny) to read. Keep up the good work.

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    Jean | Lemons & Anchovies
    09.29.2013

    I got sucked in to Vampire Diaries, too (I don’t watch a lot of TV but discovered it on Netflix). I got up to the second season and came to your same conclusion but somehow couldn’t resist hitting the button to see the next episode. :)

    Can’t stop looking at this beautiful plate of pasta. I’ve yet to try gochujang but I’ve been known to add other types of chili paste to my pasta, too. Absolutely gorgeous!

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    Chung-Ah | Damn Delicious
    09.29.2013

    Gochujang in spaghetti? Genius! I can’t believe I’ve never done this before!

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    Nicky
    10.01.2013

    You’re my favorite blogger!! I’m loving this!

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    Penelope
    04.09.2014

    SO GOOD. I added a bit more tomato paste for super-duper umami boost, even non-spice-loving boyfriend went for seconds – it’s saucy righteousness is irrepressible. Cheese ❤ gochujang 4eva

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    Juventas
    06.06.2014

    I just made this and I want to say that it was so amazing. My boyfriend loved it! Thanks for an awesome recipe.

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    Hungry Gopher
    06.26.2014

    What a creative way to use Gochujang! I’ll have to try this recipe soon^^
    Btw, your pictures are rocking! I have a Korean on-line cooking show you might find it interesting. Check out my introductory video of Gochujang, http://www.hungrygopher.com/#!copy-of-go-chu-ga-ru-korean-chilli-pepp/c17lt

    Keep on great angry cooking^^

    Hungry Gopher

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    Millie l Add A Little
    09.20.2014

    This post is LIFE. SO Good!!

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    Al May
    12.29.2014

    I tried this recipe and it was delicious!

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    May
    01.12.2015

    Just finished making this too! Will definitely make again and maybe add more pork and try a different mushroom. I made it with crimini (delicious) and now I want to try with all varieties! Thank you for this genius concoction.

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    IWillEat
    06.22.2015

    Hi, I came across this recipe while I was in search of finding a recipe that involved gochujang. This recipe looks delicious and I’ll be sure to make this at home. However I have a query, my friend doesn’t have a liking for mushrooms and so I was wandering whether mushrooms were essential in the flavour of the dish and if so what ingredients would you recommend to substitute instead? Would perhaps some kind of mushroom so create the same flavour? Thank you!

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    IWillEat
    06.22.2015

    Hi, I came across this recipe while I was in search of finding a recipe that involved gochujang. This recipe looks delicious and I’ll be sure to make this at home. However I have a query, my friend doesn’t have a liking for mushrooms and so I was wandering whether mushrooms were essential in the flavour of the dish and if so what ingredients would you recommend to substitute instead? Would perhaps some kind of mushroom soup create the same flavour? Thank you!

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    JP
    07.01.2015

    Great recipe. When do the cooked mushrooms go in?

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      mandy@ladyandpups
      07.01.2015

      JP, oh oops sorry! You add it in with the cheese :)

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