David Chang Breaks Down "Ugly Delicious" and Bing Bread | Food Skills

David Chang's new Netflix docu-series, Ugly Delicious, just launched February 23. Here, the Momofuku mastermind breaks down the guiding principles behind his "ugly delicious" philosophy—an ideology that pushes diners to see the hidden beauty in everyday food. At his new L.A. outpost, Majordōmo, Chang whips up Asia's ubiquitous bing bread, a pancake-like dish that changes meaning depending on the region and culture. Paired with chickpea Hozon—Momofuku's own fermented chemistry experiment—the bread is a simple meal with complex underpinnings. Both Ugly Delicious and bing bread are perfect for diners eager to look beyond the plate.

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