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Baeksuk

Baeksuk (literally “white cooking”) is a Korean culinary term referring to dishes made by boiling or steaming meat or fish to be cooked thoroughly without seasonings.

Dak-hanmari

Dak hanmari, a type of baeksuk

Baeksuk is made with chicken or pheasant with plenty of water for several hours. However, the term generally indicates Dakbaeksuk (닭백숙, chicken baeksuk), or chicken stew, whose recipe and ingredients are similar to Samgyetang. While samgyetang is made with ginseng, various herbs, chestnuts, and jujubes, dakbaeksuk consists of simpler ingredients, such as chicken, water, and garlic. The chicken can be stuffed with glutinous rice.

When the cooking is finished, salt and sliced Welsh onions (daepa, 대파) are added to the diner’s bowl according to taste. If the baesuk is not stuffed with glutinous rice, it is usually eaten with cooked rice. It is often seen as a simpler and cheaper variant of samgyetang. Sometimes it is mistakenly used as another word for samgyetang.

Dak Hanmari

Dak Hanmari (닭한마리) is a popular South Korean dish to have developed from baeksuk, which is said to originate in Dongdaemun area, Seoul since the 1960s. The dish literally means “a whole chicken” in Korean because diners can have several types of food altogether from a chicken; chicken flesh, its rich soup, kalguksu, potatoes, and garaetteok (cylinder-shaped rice cake). It can be eaten with a clear broth just like baeksuk, or seasoned with gochujang (chilli pepper paste) based sauce.

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