A quick wrap up on Korean ssam

A quick wrap up on Korean ssam

There are 1 comment on the Chicago Tribune story from Sep 20, 2007, titled A quick wrap up on Korean ssam. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

Ssam, a term that means "wrap" in Korean, describes a whole classification of leaf-enrobed goodies often stuffed with meat, rice and zingy condiments.

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Angela

Shanghai, China

#1 Sep 20, 2007
Sounds delicious! SSam also works very well with tuna fish if you don't like meaty stuff for SSAM.
I usually cook one can of tuna with little bit of soy sauce, onion, garlic, little bit of hot pepper. Lightly stir fry with oil from the can will do. Romain lettuce is my favorite for this ssam meal. Hope you enjoy.

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