Yachaetwigim is a Korean mouth-watering dish of deep-fried vegetables. Yachaetwigim can be cooked from any vegetables in season so it varies according to the time of year. Vegetables which is often used and great for this style of cooking are: lotus root, green peppers, sweet potato, onion, sesame leaves and chrysanthemum leaves. The dish will come to your table with the vegetables all on the same platter which may be lined with an absorbent paper to catch the oil. Korean eat this food lukewarm.

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