Makchang & Daechang Stir-Fry (Beef Large Intestine & Abomasum)

Makchang & Daechang Stir-Fry (Beef Large Intestine & Abomasum)

Spicy and savory offal stir-fry to beat the stress away.

[4 Servings, Under 20 Minutes, Easy to Make]

When stress hits, spicy and hearty dishes like Makchang & Daechang Stir-Fry come to the rescue. This Korean dish combines the unique flavors of beef intestines with a spicy sauce, making it an ideal comfort food. Whether you're craving something indulgent or need a satisfying meal, this stir-fry is sure to hit the spot.


  • Makchang (beef large intestines), 200g (we have Makchang)
  • Daechang (beef abomasum),200g (we have Daechang)
  • Green onion, 1/2 stalk
  • Onion, 1/2
  • Cabbage, 1/6
  • Perilla leaves, 5
  • Soaked glass noodles, a handful
  • Cheongyang chili peppers, 2

Makchang & Daechang Marinade

  • Cheongju (Korean rice wine), 1 spoon
  • Salt, to taste
  • Pepper, to taste

Sauce Ingredients

  • Sugar, 2 spoons
  • Red chili powder, 4 spoons
  • Gochujang (red chili paste), 1 spoon
  • Soy sauce, 3 spoons
  • Minced garlic, 1 spoon
  • Perilla seed powder, 3 spoons
  • Water, 2 spoons
  • Pepper, as needed
  • Rice, 1 bowl
  • Seaweed powder, as needed
  • Sesame oil, as needed


  1. Coarsely chop the onion, cabbage, and perilla leaves. Slice the green onion and Cheongyang chili peppers diagonally.
  2. Cut the makchang and daechang into bite-sized pieces and marinate with cheongju, salt, and pepper.
  3. Prepare the sauce by mixing all the sauce ingredients.
  4. In a pan, cook the makchang and daechang until golden brown. Then, add the onion and cabbage and stir-fry.
  5. Once the onion and cabbage become translucent, add the prepared sauce and continue to stir-fry. Add the soaked glass noodles.
  6. If the mixture starts to dry out, add a little water.
  7. Finish by adding the green onion, perilla leaves, and Cheongyang chili peppers. Stir-fry lightly.
  8. For leftovers, mix in rice, seaweed powder, and sesame oil to make a delicious fried rice.


  • This dish is perfect for those who love Korean BBQ but want to try something different.
  • The mix of makchang and daechang offers a unique texture and flavor, enhanced by the spicy and aromatic sauce.
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