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|Place of origin||Korea|
|Main ingredient(s)||Doenjang; vegetables, mushrooms, seafood, or dubu|
|Revised Romanization||doenjang jjigae|
Doenjang jjigae is a variety of jjigae or stew-like Korean traditional dish, made with doenjang (Korean soybean paste) and available ingredients such as vegetables, mushrooms, seafood, or dubu (tofu). It is regarded as one of the representative dishes of food in Korea along with Kimchi jjigae.
The dish is the source of the name Doenjang Girl, a South Korean stereotype of a woman who eats cheap food at home so she can drink expensive coffees in public.
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- The history of doenjang jjigae at TasteofKorea.org
- Doenjang jjigae recipe
- ‘Fighting!’ to eat at this restaurant at JoongAng Daily
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