This is a recipe for the excellent Korean pickle made of cabbage called Back Kim chi. Deliciously spicy!
I also made it with red pepper flakes (like from the pizza topping sachets). Hoping it turns out well, but won't know until a day or two so this rating is just based on the prep. - 24 Mar 2019 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
Fun and easy, will make again. I had to substitute for a few things I don't keep on hand. I used pickling salt, prepared horseradish sauce and sweet chilli sauce (1/4 cup each), and omitted the added sugar, salt, vinegar, radish and red peppers. I minced crystallized ginger, fresh scallions and fresh garlic. The instruction to wrap the outer leaf around the cabbage section did not make any sense to me, the leaf being much too small. I sprinkled the mixture liberally between the leaves, fanning them like playing cards, rolled each section and stuffed them in pint jars, 2 per jar. Then I turned the jars over twice per day to move the liquid around. Has just enough sweet heat for me! For the salt soak, to hold the cabbage down in the brine, a ceramic plate works, with a heavy mug or bottle on top. You will see it sink into the liquid as the cabbage wilts. - 02 Feb 2018 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
Made as written except that I used red pepper flakes instead of the threads. I would have loved to have used the threads but neither of the Asian market I went to carried them. I loved this recipe! I did think it needed more vinegar and ended up adding some but I like mine tart. Great recipe! Thanks for sharing! - 13 Mar 2017 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)