Chicken Tangsuyuk (Korean Sweet n Sour Chicken)
Tangsuyuk (sweet n sour pork) and jajangmyung (black bean paste noodles), two wildly popular fast-food dishes in Korea, are Chinese in origin but have a distinct and modified Korean taste to them. They have been around in Korea for a long time now so it's quite possible that current generations might think of them as uniquely Korean. Anyhow, (sorry to digress here) I still remember hearing those insanely quick and dangerous motorbike delivery guys that can be seen weaving in and out of traffic, delivering their meals in a matter of minutes. As a funny side note, I even got into a minor accident with one of these guys as he blindsided my Honda motorbike (yes, I had a motorbike in my heyday). Anyways, tangsuyuk is a great dish for those who love fried food and have a sweet tooth. This recipe can be substituted with beef or pork, with the latter being the norm served at most restaurants in Korea.