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1/2 pound ground pork, preferably not lean 2 tablespoons doenjang (Korean bean paste) 4 garlic cloves, finely grated 2 teaspoons finely grated ginger 1 tablespoon tamari, soy sauce, or gukganjang (Korean
Makes 6 cups This makes enough sauce for three 12-oz. portions of pasta, but leftover sauce is a good thing. Freeze it for next time. Learn more here. April 2015Print Ingredients Sauce 2 bay leaves 3 cloves