Korean food, which is made from beef and pork soup stock, is very delicious, but it is difficult to reproduce at home. Introducing Costco's excellent items that can reproduce such a full-fledged taste very easily.
First of all, a concentrated soup called "Dasida my Nabe Beef Bone Gomguk" sold by CJ Group. Gomguk, which is made by slowly boiling beef bones for 8 hours or more, is a serving portion. 12 pieces, the price is 798 yen (tax included, same below).
To use, just dilute with 250 ml of water per potion. If you drink it as soup instead of a pot, it will be lightly for 2 people. You can add pepper or sesame oil if you like.
The CJ Group's Costco limited product "Bibigo Gyoza Meat & Vegetables" (800g (28.22oz), 958 yen) goes great with this Gomguk soup. Gyoza, which is made by wrapping bean paste, which is a mixture of pork, cabbage, garlic, and tofu, in a bite size, has a thin skin that is smooth and easy to eat, and has a fluffy and juicy texture. I am grateful that it does not easily crumble in a pot or soup.
When the Gomguk soup boils, add the frozen water dumplings and your favorite vegetables and simmer for a few minutes until it is cooked to complete the instant soup. It has the mellowness and richness peculiar to beef bones, but it is very light and has a taste that makes you want to repeat it as many times as you like.
In addition, Gomguk soup goes well with rice, kimchi, and ramen, and is also useful for simple meals such as porridge. It's really delicious, so if you see it, please try it!