Japchae is a traditional Korean dish made with glass noodles (also known as sweet potato starch noodles), vegetables, and/or meat. The dish is typically served as a side dish or main course and is popular in Korean cuisine.
The glass noodles used in Japchae are made from sweet potato starch, which gives them a translucent and slightly chewy texture. The dish typically includes a variety of vegetables such as carrots, peppers, onions, and spinach; meat such as beef although vegetarian is as delicious.
Japchae is typically flavoured with soy sauce, sesame oil, and sugar, garnished with sesame seeds.
Sweet Potato Starch (99.96%), Thickener (E401)