Fried Shrimp Recipe

(applause) (instrumental upbeat music) – I was washing my hands. I love when my next guest drops by. She’s become one of my
favorites. She’s here today with some delicious recipes, from her cookbook. It’s called Korean Food Made Simple. Say hello to my girl, Chef Judy Joo. (applause) – So good to see you. You look amazing. – Judy, thank you, Judy. – Thank you. – Alright. Now this is
gonna take some time. – Yes. – So let’s get started cooking. What are we making? – Today we’re going to make
three different things. We’re gonna start out
with my fried shrimp, with a hot hot garlicky pepper sauce. (murmurs of audience approval) Because we are saucy girls here. And then we’ve got a little
Koreon style Philly cheesesteak. That’s made with pork belly. (murmurs of audience approval) Little nod to Philly there. And then I’m going to zen you out with some roasted corn tea. (exclamations from the audience) Yeah. – Judy is so good at what she does. Pay attention. – And so, this sauce,
you’re eating it already. I hope you enjoy it. It’s a different sauce, I
know you love my other sauce, but we got to you know– – It’s called “the sauce”– – change it up a little bit, you know. – But this is good too. – For diversity. It’s going to start out
with some tomato paste, and then of course some gochujang, that’s my fermented cream
chili paste, and some water, and you know great Korean aromatics. We’ve got some vinegar,
apple vinegar, rice vinegar for some tangs. – How’s your mom? – Mommy’s doing well. She’s in
Jersey, maybe she’s watching. Hi Mommy. (audience chants greeting) – Hi Mrs. Judy Joo. – Yeah, Momma Joo is out there
somewhere watching in Jersey. And I’ve got some garlic
and some ginger in there. – Now, you’re very rarely in New York– – I’m coming here more often. I’m spending about a month
here now, I’m moving back. – Explain to people about
how your life is as a chef. – Life as a chef is hard I have to say, especially as a female, you know. It’s such a misogynistic field,
and the men still really do rule the roast there, but
I’m trying and I’m thriving. (audience applause) So, it’s getting there,
it’s getting there. Yep, it’s good. – Now, what are you going to
be doing here in New York? – Hopefully hanging out with you more. Coming on more shows. (audience applause) – Judy. – Yes? – You need more exposure. – I do. I do. – Like, you need a show
on the food network or something like that. – I do, I do, I totally do. (audience applause) – She’s got a great personality,
her food is really good. – Yeah, I’m going for it, so I am- – You should be a judge
on one of the shows. – Yeah, so I got to
get back on the circuit and this is the double fried shrimp. We’re going to put this in. – It’s really good. – It’s really good, this is kind of a Chinese, Korean style
dish, so this is called a– – Is that sauce this sauce? – It is this sauce, you like it? – Mmhmm. – It’s kung pao sau, so it’s a bit of a Chinese Korean thing. – Uh-huh. – Just toss it, then do you like it. – Mmhmm. – It’s good, so that is
the finished product, serve it with some rice. – Okay. – Yeah, you could use your chopsticks too, not just the skewers. (audience cheering) – Okay. Mmhmm, mushrooms. – Mushrooms, so this is a
little bit of a derivation of a regular Philly cheesesteak, so– – What’s this? – Provolone cheese. – Ooh. – You could use Cheez Whiz,
you know that is like the, the normal thing. – That’s what Philly does, mmhmm. – Exactly, so we’ve marinated
this in a very classic Korean style, so that
just sitting you know, with mirin, some of course
chili paste, and soy sauce, and some sesame oil,
and garlic, and ginger. You can’t get away from
garlic and ginger here– – You know. – And we just sauteed it up here. – Judy is not just all cooking everybody, she’s a graduate of Columbia
Ivy League University. (audience applause) And, she did the commencement speech. – Yeah, oh, yeah. – How’d you get that? – You know what it’s the
biggest honor of my life. I’m honestly a nerd at heart and so– – Were you number one– – I was like super nerd– – In your class or something? – Yeah, you know when
you’re in high school, you kind of, when you have Asian parents they like make you do that. All the Asian girls in the
audience hear me out on that one. I see a lot of Asian
sisters out there, but you know it was the deans, they
all come up with a shortlist and then the students vote. – Wow. – So, I was so incredibly honored to give the commencement speech,
I mean it’s such a big deal in this country, and to
come back to campus in such a glorious way, especially
doing this weird route where you know, I was an engineer,
and then I went to finance, and then I became a chef,
it’s totally bizarre, and I’m sure that a lot of
people in the audience were like, “Why is this girl giving this
speech and telling our kids, “where we’ve just spent
half a million dollars “to go to school to become a chef?” – Right, right, right, right. – But it was great. – Cheffing is lucrative though. – Yes, it is, it is. (audience applause) follow your passion, follow your passion. And you can always reinvent
yourself, you know? – What is this, what is that? – So, this is pork belly, so this is the base of
the Philly cheesesteak. And so, I’ve marinated it in all these great Asian aromatics here– – I’m going to skip the
pork, but I like the belly. – Yeah, that’s great. And then you’re going to put
some melted cheese on top. And you put some spicy
jalapenos, which is great. And some spring onion scallions
and of course sesame seeds for some nuttiness– – Did you bring me a little
tupperware of the sauce to take home? – I will send you some,
this is a new sauce. I know you love my different sauces. That’s your favorite
hot sauce, but this one, you’re going to love too, which it goes with the shrimp really well. – It’s very, very good. – Yep, and then to wash it all down– – What do we have? – We’ve got some very zen
holistic roasted corn tea. Which is great. – Mmhmm. – Oh, do you like the cheesesteak? The cheesesteak’s fantastic, yeah. When I made that on set for my book shoot, everybody devoured this,
it is such a crowd pleaser. It is good in every way. It’s not a purist recipe,
but I think these little Korean twists makes it
extraordinary and so memorable. – And the bread is very fresh. – Yeah. (audience cheering) Cheers, so this is good for
you, good for your digestion. – How’s your love life?
I always have to ask. – Love life? You know, I need
to take lessons from Lunelle. I swear to God, I need to do that. I need to know how to put myself out more, but it’s going well, it’s going well. – Don’t you love her? It’s Chef Judy Joo everybody. For more information,
all of these recipes, go to (upbeat cheerful music)

96 comments on “Fried Shrimp Recipe”

  1. leviny says:

    Judy is the best chef. Her food always looks delicious!!!!!!!!!!!! #Salivating

  2. KempireRadio says:

    Wendy LOVES Judy's food! Hahaha I need to try it!

  3. Paula Grey says:

    Yes…!! Chef Judy🍷

  4. L Reya says:

    I was just thinking you owe me some lunch but your last video was a little emotional for me

  5. REAL ELUEBO says:


  6. aaron martinez says:

    The stirring noise at 1:30 makes me want to die 🙀I can’t

  7. ANGELO says:

    I love Judy💙

  8. KempireRadio says:

    For a chef, Wendy eating is a dream come true. LOL

  9. NayNay M says:

    Wendy is really meee she’s going in 😂😂😂

  10. marlon gibson says:

    I just wanted to be the 2nd comment #HowYOUdoin

  11. ass holic says:

    cooking is misogynistic lol

  12. anandguruji83 says:

    Fried Shrimp Recipe

  13. Dondre Gumbs says:

    Judy's recipes are the best recipes.

  14. Law says:

    Wendy, your chefs this week have been so amazing. First it was the lovable Irish lady, and today the adorable Judy….KEEP IT UP 🙂

  15. Brandon King says:

    She said she'll skip the pork but devours the philly 😂

  16. Alisha1003 .it opo says:

    Judy Joo! She is my favorite!

  17. Sacleaners says:

    Damn, I love to see Wendy eat😀😀😀.

    I bet she ate no breakfast cause she knew this chef was coming.

  18. Ivan Jimenez says:

    I wanna try that spicy, cheesy, salted, and yummy fried pork belly sandwich with her spicy sauce! #NEXTPAYCHECK

  19. Giselle Carter says:

    You had me at fried shrimp!

  20. Alexis Morell-Carrington-Colby-Dexter-Rowan says:

    I just can't eat porkbelly.

  21. Alexis Morell-Carrington-Colby-Dexter-Rowan says:

    I thought for a moment she was going say she needed to take love lessons from Wendy.

  22. black jack says:

    She just needs to have a segment every week!!! I love her!! At least make her segment longer

  23. D JF says:

    I like Judy.

  24. tuo kan says:

    the food looks so delicious~~~~ and the chef herself's very graceful as well.

  25. R g says:

    I'll only clicked to see wendy eat 🤤

  26. ASingL says:


  27. Javi Ruiz says:

    Love you Wendy! Stay strong. Many of us actually really care about you!

  28. pakiraju786 says:

    I love Judy Joo! I would so watch her own show!

  29. Tameka says:

    I would love to see a Mukbang style hot topics where Wendy just eat and chat. #Randomidea

  30. krisj827 says:

    That looks so good.

  31. rebel ram says:

    googly eyes lady is greedy

  32. S U says:

    That Judy Joo really knows how to navigate a segment so naturally w elegance and you can tell this jersey girl is sassy. So interesting when you see people on tv and you can tell they are just naturals. I wish I had that gift lol.

  33. shazza more says:

    Shes my favourite cheff on the wendy show! I love their chemistry

  34. Angelina L says:

    love that Wendy eats everything and everytime Chef Judy cooks

  35. Kae D says:

    I love Judy honey

  36. Demi says:

    Chef Judy Joo Joo on that beat!

  37. Joanna A says:

    Omg wendy lol she's pigging out lmao

  38. Aaron Thompson says:

    She has that likeable factor…she needs her own cook show

  39. LizBiz Ldn says:

    Asians knows how to cook

  40. Carla Jacmelliene says:

    Wendy was great here, didn't really rush this time

  41. Edwina Godwin says:

    Guess WW is no longer a vegetarian?

  42. Lil Jay says:

    Wendy always wanna know about somebody love life..the nerve!

  43. Sunny Navarrette says:

    Love them 2 together..she cooks Wendy eats! LOL 💓

  44. AA says:

    Cringey tbh. I don’t understand why she has to act so, uhm, uncivilized..

  45. Xander X says:

    Wendy’s is lovinggggg it

  46. Antwan Pena says:

    Wendy is a foodie like me 😂😂

  47. Juan Trevizo says:

    I really want this book lol

  48. YeahYeah Yeah says:

    She's adorable 🥰🥰🥰

  49. Alexis Reyes says:

    Mmmm this recipe sounds delicious. I would love to try Judy's food . yes she would hit fame when she gets her own cooking show I'll be watching

  50. allaboutdaniel says:

    watching this eating a Grand Angus Mcdonalds meal!

  51. Danielle Vaughn says:

    Wendy eating is a whole mood. When she likes the food, these are my favorite segments.

  52. ascended princess says:

    miss wendy crack me up ajdjdjdj

  53. Michael Daniels says:

    Love Judy Joo!

  54. Barbie Dreams says:

    The way wendy enjoying that food make me wanna try some does look amazing

  55. Carol Thomas says:

    Wendy, invite her more often. I like her personality.

  56. Esther Z says:

    What happened to Wendy's hot sauce? She used to always bring it with her and have it on the table

  57. Paul G says:

    When is Judy Joo coming out with a new cookbook. It's been about 3 years.

  58. JaCQuELiNe RoGuE says:

    Of all the cooks she has on there, Judy will always b my fav😊😊😊

  59. Alex Foo says:

    c'mon columbia

  60. Keisha Nicole says:


  61. TheJman16165 says:

    Love the segment but I thought Wenday was a vegan??? Lol.

  62. Allusion says:

    So Wendy’s not vegan anymore?

  63. Michael Kontos says:

    we LOVE queen Judy Joo 😍

  64. NaturallyRae Travels says:

    This lady and the Irish lady are my favorites

  65. Kitisha D says:

    Wendy Made me hungry

  66. Nerozumim says:

    You could almost do an entire food show with the concept: I'll eat everything you make me.

  67. Princess of Fireflies says:

    Better than this arrogant piece of trash from last week telling Wendy how she does not help in the kitchen.

  68. Tyanna Sera says:

    Thanks for showing love to asian people 🙏🏽💋

  69. Jackson Brown says:

    Wendy has her appetite back since she stop using drugs

  70. HeyMyLifeIsLibby says:

    Just like Wendy gets moist for Bradley Cooper, I get moist for food.

  71. D. Gata says:

    really nice woman, I mean the chef.

  72. Aaron S says:


  73. Sumitra Kaneyasen says:

    Love her. She’s the one chef Wendy actually entertains 😂😂

  74. Elizabeth Culver Edwards says:

    the caption says "friend" shrimp 🙂

  75. WETDREAM says:

    Shrriiimp is my favorite 😩

  76. The How To Manifest School says:

    Wendy is tearing that food up.

  77. The How To Manifest School says:

    Wendy is a pescetarian now.

  78. Paulette Poole says:

    Who is Serena Hudson?
    Do Wendy need her own attorney to protect her money?

  79. Dominique J says:

    This segment should be more about the food.

    If you want to ask her about speeches and love lives, bring her on as a "sit-down" guest.

  80. Guvay A. says:

    i like her. i would watch her show

  81. Robertson Tirado says:

    Very toxic comment about men wouldn’t eat food from her lots of anger in the recipe. I kindly gave my business card to a Asian women in my paint store and she replied “your my competition no thank you.”

  82. Nathaniel12345678910 says:

    One thing I love about Wendy's videos is that we always get more than just the main topic in. I didn't expect Wendy to mention Judy's education but I'm glad she did. Seeing a chef that went to Columbia Universtity and majored in engineering and fiance but doesn't do that anymore is such an eye opener that you can do whatever you want regardless what you major in college

  83. Saidah Appleton says:

    Love Judy! She needs her own show!!

  84. Maybelline Guzman says:

    I didnt know Wendy wasn't allergic to shell fish … I got stamps thats why….(cod fish yessssssss salmon yesss)

  85. Diane Smith says:

    The food looks soooooooo GOOD!

  86. nvwhatuc says:

    I thought wendy was vegan?

  87. Akosua Afiriyie-Hwedie says:

    how backward and misogynistic is it for men to see the position of women as in the kitchen and cooking but thinking men should command / are the best in the cooking industry -_-

  88. sherroy johnson says:

    " I'll Skip The Pork But Eat The Belly" 😑😤😑😤

  89. Tia Charles says:

    YES WENDY eat baby girl. EAT !!!! Don’t be scared. Gain that happy weight ❤️❤️❤️

  90. stanleycoleman says:

    yaayy! so glad to see judy's back!

  91. Wa Kin says:

    Wendy has never complemented any guest like this!

  92. OliWood North **Yep, a girl in a 911 Turbo S** says:

    I love Judy's temperment and voice

  93. jersey queen says:

    Now that's im talking bout I wanna see more of her cooking

  94. somto ofoma says:

    I still make that sauce she taught us how to make the last time she was on…Its so good!!

  95. petercox9 says:

    chile, judy, you know DIVERSITY is a bad word. everything must stay HOMOGENEOUS

  96. Adu Adadey says:

    Love Korean food. Her food looks beyond appetizing!

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