Ori-tang

Oritang
Type Guk
Place of origin Korea
Main ingredients Duck, vegetables
Cookbook: Oritang  Media: Oritang
Ori-tang
Hangul 오리
Hanja
Revised Romanization oritang
McCune–Reischauer orit'ang

Oritang (오리탕) is a variety of guk, Korean soup or stew made by slowly simmering duck and various vegetables.[1][2] Ori means "duck" and tang is another name for guk in Korean. While its recipe depends on region and taste, the soup is generally in a form of a clear soup. Some variants can contain chili pepper powder to make the soup spicy like maeuntang (spicy fish soup)[3] or roasted perilla seeds to thicken the dish.[4] Oritang is a local specialty of Gyeonggi Province and South Jeolla Province,[2] especially Gwangju City.[5] In Gwangju, about 20 restaurants specializing in oritang and other duck dishes are centered on Yudong Alley in Buk-gu (Northern District).[4][6]

See also

References

  1. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-19. Retrieved 2010-03-22.
  2. 1 2 오리탕 (in Korean). Doosan Encyclopedia.
  3. Kim Deok-gi (김덕기) (2006-07-21). 얼큰한 오리탕에 더위 싹~ (in Korean). Joongdo Ilbo.
  4. 1 2 Seo Seok-dae(서석대) (2009-02-05). 높고 낮음으로 산을 헤아리지 말라! 광주 무등산에 가다 (in Korean). Edaily News.
  5. Martin Robinson; Ray Bartlett; Rob Whyte (2007). Korea. Lonely Planet. p. 66. ISBN 1-74104-558-4.
  6. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-22. Retrieved 2010-03-22.
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