Gochugaru from Korea

(4 customer reviews)


We have worked hard to find a very high-quality certified organic gochugaru from Korea, as most is from China. This hot (but not uber-hot) chili pepper is essential to Korean cuisine and is the chili used for making Kimchi. We love using it as an alternative to standard chili flakes in any dish. This gochugaru is what you want for an authentic flavor and a truly unique culinary experience. The sun-dried chili flakes are potent and the finest example of the essential flavor of Korean cooking.

Organic Ingredient: Gochugaru

SKU: GofrKo Categories: , , , ,


Certified Organic

Origin: Korea

Net weight in a tin: 0.8 ounces

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Weight 2 oz
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Recipes with Gochugaru

Tatsoi Daikon Radish Kimchi

Crispy Tofu Stir Fry with Porcini Salt

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4 reviews for Gochugaru from Korea

  1. Kim A. (store manager)

    From customer email: “Very good quality and love it’s organic.”

  2. Brian Corey (verified owner)

    So much fresher than supermarket bottles. Deeper flavor, probably due to the organic farming. I could eat it every day.

  3. Sarah (verified owner)

    Great gochugaru spice, a little smoky and you can tell it’s super fresh.

  4. Alice (verified owner)

    Good quality and size for making kimchi. Halmoni approved.

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