Dakbokkeumtang is a popular spicy chicken stew in South Korea that’s typically made with sweet potatoes, potatoes, carrots, onions, and a broth of gochujang chili paste. At Samgeori Farms in Damyang County, South Korea, dakbokkeumtang is the only item on the menu — and it’s made with a patented sauce.
We visited Samgeori Farms to see how this dish is prepared and what it takes to make such big batches.
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How 1,700 Pounds Of Dakbokkeumtang (닭볶음탕) Is Cooked Every Weekend In South Korea | Big Batches