Gosari Namul (Parboiled Fern Braken Salad) Gosari Namul The young spring shoots of ferns are picked, parboiled, dried, and stored for year 'round use by Buddhist monks or families living near the mountains. The dried ferns are soaked and pan-fried with minced beef then seasoned with sesame oil, garlic, soy sauce , and chopped green onions. Spiciness: mild Average Price: free How to Prepare Gosari Namul Wash gosari and remove coarse stems. Place in a mixing bowl with soy sauce and sesame seeds. Set aside. Preheat salad oil in a skillet. Saute chopped garlic and add the gosari. Mix thoroughly on high heat. When gosari is well mixed and tender, add sesame oil and chopped chives (optional).
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