How to make it

  • Stir fry the minced Garlic and Onion in a teeny tiny drop of oil.
  • Add the Gochujang and stir fry a little bit.
  • Add enough Water to fill the wok half way. Turn the heat to high.
  • Add chopped Onions, chopped Garlic, and Leeks and bring to a boil.
  • Add the Meats. Boil for two minutes.
  • Add the Leafy Green Vegetables, Tofu, and Baked Beans... and maybe a dash of Soju for good luck. Boil for a couple of minutes.
  • Add the Ramen Noodles and immediately turn off the heat.
  • Serve in the pot on the table accompanied by rice, kimchi, and other side dishes. If possible, have it simmering on a campfire stove on the table. Guests serve themselves.
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  • httpmom 11 years ago
    Wow! I love these kind of pass down recipes...they're the guts of comfort food cooking. It reminds me of the Spam sushi that got popular in Hawaii during the war. Thanks for sharing!
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    Great post this Army Base Stew is so good.
    Clever use of Ramen Noodles.

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  • chickpea_chef 12 years ago
    Historical cooking! I love it! --I have a recipe called "Thomas Jefferson's Favorite Bread Pudding" I should put it up too.
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