I don't know if this counts, but anyways,
I'm always in a hurry when it comes to preparing lunch, so I need something quick, like japchae (stirr fried glass noodles), but what if that's not quick enough? (which it usually isn't for me). The basic ingredients can be easily put together to almost create the same flavor. Only use the noodles, the carrots, the soy sauce, the garlic, the oil and some salt and pepper (to taste) for an equally delicious yet simpler version of japchae 😉
(the picture is from the very first time I tried to make japchae 😂)
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