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  • Spicy K-Margarita

    Our K-Margarita and Momofuku Spicy Seasoned Salt are a perfect union. The salt highlights the heat and brightens the tartness of the kalamansi. This refreshing cocktail has become a ...
  • Tingly Ode to the Last Word

    This gin-based recipe is inspired by the Last Word, a gin-based cocktail from the Prohibition Era. In our version, we balance it with the flavors of jasmine, anise and plums. And don...
  • Momofuku Savory Bloody Mary

    A spicy, savory Bloody Mary is the perfect cocktail to sprinkle in some Momofuku Savory Seasoned Salt for an added umami kick. Our Beverage Director, Haera Shin, created this recipe ...
  • Black Truffle Chili Crunch Burger

    This burger is the ultimate indulgence. It’s packed with the savory superpowers of our Momofuku Soy Sauce and Savory Seasoned Salt, plus our Momofuku Black Truffle Chili Crunch to gi...
  • Double Decker Chili Crunch Patty Melt

    This patty melt uses Chili Crunch in both the special sauce and also on top of the cheese, making an extra spicy version of one of our favorite sandwiches. We opted for a double deck...
  • Tingly Lamb Skewer Burgers with Tangy Tomatoes

    These easy lamb skewer burgers are optimized for grill pan char—but you could just as easily roll them into regular shaped burgers if you prefer. Don’t skip on the tangy tomato mixtu...
  • Sheet Pan Beef & Broccoli with Crispy Noodles

    This sheet pan meal combines one of our favorite stir fries with our Momofuku noodles. Using the broiler gives you tender pieces of the glazed beef, charred broccoli, and (the best p...
  • Dave Chang's Leftover Fried Rice

    Fried rice is made in my house almost every day. We always take whatever’s leftover from the day before and roll it into breakfast. Add a few glugs of olive oil to a large skillet o...
  • Dave Chang’s Whole Boiled Chicken Two Ways

    I love roasted chicken. But with roasted chicken, there are only so many things you can do after it’s cooked. Boiled chicken is what I grew up with. It’s a lot more versatile—and ea...