10 oz. This is Queens' Chojang, a Gochujang-based vinaigrette made with lacto-fermented hot pepper, rice vinegar, maesil, and roasted sesame seeds.
Korean chojang, also known as chogochujang, is a popular dipping sauce in Korean cuisine. It is made by combining two key ingredients: gochujang (Korean red pepper paste) and vinegar. The resulting sauce has a sweet and tangy flavor with a hint of spiciness.
Chojang is commonly served as a dipping sauce for various Korean pancakes like kimchi jeon (kimchi pancakes) or pajeon (green onion pancakes). It's also a great accompaniment for grilled or barbecued meats. Dip pieces of grilled meat into chojang for an extra burst of flavor. Chojang can be drizzled over bibimbap, a popular Korean mixed rice dish. Chojang can also be used as a marinade for meat or vegetables before grilling or roasting.
Ingredients: Queens Gochujang, lacto-fermented fresno pepper, rice vinegar, maesil, sesame oil, soy sauce, garlic, roasted sesame seeds.