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Tuesday, November 1, 2016

kimchi jeon

Based on wikipedia, kimchi jeon is a variety of jeon, or Korean pancake-like dish, primarily made with sliced kimchi, flour batter and sometimes other vegetables. Kimchi jeon is often recognized in Korean culture as a folk dish of low profile that anyone could make easily at home with no extra budget. It is usually served as an appetizer, snack or banchan (side dish).

lets just start it ! i cant wait lol

  • 100 gr Kimchi
  • 1 tbsp onion
  • salt to taste
  • 2 tbsp flour
  • vegetable oil

Kimchi fried rice

Like I said in the previous post, that I love making fried rice. I make it at least twice a week. This one is not indonesian, neither the chinese version, but it is a korean version. They call it kimchi bokkeumbap. It's basically a fried rice with kimchi :D lol yep, thats all :D so, the ingredients will be the same but I added kimchi into it. That's all? yep thats all :D mom doesn't like it tho. She can't stand the smell of kimchi ahahhahah on the other hand, I love it! I can even eat kimchi with only plain rice. It's delicious!!!!! The weird thing is, I only like kimchi with a certain brand :/ I always buy it at the Korean supermarket near my office. I have tried the other brand, tried the homemade version, but i'm sorry :( i don't like it hiks so, I always make sure to buy this brand. Let's get start it.

  • 2 soup bowls of left over rice 
  • 200 gr kimchi (1 small package ) 
  • 4 garlic 
  • 8 shallots 
  • 6 chilli or more if you like it to be spicy 
  • 2 tbsp sesame oil 
  • salt and pepper to taste 
  • chopped spring onions, sesame seeds to top