These ingredients are easy to find at your local Korean grocery store or Asian grocery. The noodles can also be sourced online from Amazon.
Cook the dangmyeon noodles, blanch the bean sprouts, and then mince.
Squeeze out the excess moisture to prevent a soggy dumpling.
The end result is a slightly sticky paste texture.
Add filling to a dumpling wrapper.
Wet the edges and fold close the dumpling in half. Be sure to tightly seal the edges.
Wet one corner then fold in half again for a half moon shape.
Attach the wet corner to the other side, and tightly press to seal.
Steam, Boil, or freeze these kimchi mandu for later—and enjoy!