One of my favourite types of banchan (free side dishes to accompany the meal) at a Korean restaurant is kongnamul muchim, so I was excited to see that the recipe was relatively simple and easy to recreate at home. The recipe was adapted from Maangchi's video.
It only took a few simple ingredients from my pantry (not including the soy bean sprouts themselves), including soy sauce, fish sauce, sesame oil, red pepper flakes, garlic, and green onions. I had to reduce the amount of seasonings since I was only making a small batch to test the recipe.
It was a very forgiving recipe (adjust seasonings to taste), and it was one of the most successful Korean dishes I've been able to replicate. This is now going to be one my favourite dishes to bring to friends' houses and throw together for those impromptu dinner guests!