Spinach and Tomato Namul with a Kick of Spice

Spinach and Tomato Namul with a Kick of Spice

You can use a variety of vegetables with this recipe. It tastes great also with glass noodles, ham, or cucumbers, too.

Ingredients: 2 servings

1 bunch
2 tablespoons
Soy sauce
1 to 1 and 1/2 tablespoon
Grated ginger
1 teaspoon
1/4 teaspoon
White sesame seeds
to taste


1. Boil the water for parboiling the spinach, and cut the tomatoes into bite sizes.
2. Briefly parboil the spinach, then drain.
3. Thoroughly drain the water from the spinach, then chop it up. Combine the ingredients, then mix it together with the spinach and tomatoes.
4. Sprinkle white sesame seeds to taste, then it's ready to serve!
5. I made this with shrimp, glass noodles and komatsuna, and it turned out great. Steam cook the shrimp in sake first.

Story Behind this Recipe

I love appetizers that use vinegar, and the namul I usually make isn't spicy, but this time, when I made it spicy, it turned out delicious.