3 Different Kimbaps (Korean Seaweed Rolls)
3 Different Kimbaps (Korean Seaweed Rolls)

Hey everyone, I hope you are having an incredible day today. Today, I will show you a way to make a special dish, 3 different kimbaps (korean seaweed rolls). It is one of my favorites food recipes. This time, I’m gonna make it a little bit unique. This is gonna smell and look delicious.

3 Different Kimbaps (Korean Seaweed Rolls) is one of the most favored of recent trending foods in the world. It is simple, it is quick, it tastes delicious. It is appreciated by millions daily. They’re nice and they look wonderful. 3 Different Kimbaps (Korean Seaweed Rolls) is something which I have loved my whole life.

A popular Korean picnic food - Easy kimbap (Korean sushi roll) recipe! Bite sized little rice and vegetable goodies are savory, nutty and delicious! This easy kimbap somewhat resembles California roll, but as you can gather they do taste different.

To begin with this recipe, we have to first prepare a few components. You can have 3 different kimbaps (korean seaweed rolls) using 11 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.

The ingredients needed to make 3 Different Kimbaps (Korean Seaweed Rolls):
  1. Get 520 grams Hot cooked white rice
  2. Make ready 3 bunches Spinach namul
  3. Make ready 1/2 Carrot namul
  4. Get 3 Takuan (yellow pickled daikon)
  5. Prepare 1 enough for 3 rolls Tamagoyaki
  6. Prepare 1 Fish sausage
  7. Get 1 Aburaage
  8. Take 150 grams Minced pork
  9. Prepare 1 tsp Sukiyaki sauce
  10. Make ready 1 dash Gochujang
  11. Take 3 sheets Nori seaweed

The stuffing is a little different - I use cucumbers instead of spinach in the video but the rest is the same! Her Kimbap taste different than most other Korean Kimbap. She adapted Japanese sushi rice method. You will see what I mean by looking through [.] reading this book as a child?

Instructions to make 3 Different Kimbaps (Korean Seaweed Rolls):
  1. Microwave the spinach and carrot in a microwavable plastic bag. Blot off the excess water with a paper towel. Season with the ☆ ingredients to prepare the namul.
  2. Make the tamagoyaki with egg, salt, pepper and Dashida in a pan.
  3. Stir-fry the minced pork in a pan. Season with the sukiyaki sauce and gochujang to make bulgogi.
  4. Cut the filling ingredients into the same length and narrow width. Do not cut the spinach!
  5. Mix the salt, pepper, sesame oil and sesame seeds into the cooked rice., then spread a layer of rice onto the seaweed.
  6. Lay the filling ingredients on top of the rice (leaving space at the ends as shown). Roll them up with a sushi mat.
  7. How to make a "nude" kimbap with the rice outside: After spreading the rice on the seaweed, sprinkle a generous layer of sesame seeds over the rice and cover with plastic wrap.
  8. Flip it over so that the seaweed side faces upward. Place fillings on top of the seaweed and roll with the sushi mat, keeping the plastic wrap over the rice, (and removing it as you roll). Sprinkle more sesame seeds over the rice to prevent sticking.
  9. To slice neatly, use a well-sharpened knife and wet it with water after each cut.
  10. I made regular kimbap for the children, a spicy meat bulgogi kimbap, and one "nude" kimbap with the rice on the outside.

I almost forgot about this great book until I stumbled upon a blog post on Kimbap (Korean Seaweed Rice Rolls aka. Kimbap, one of Korea's most popular snacks, can have all sorts of fillings; this very classic version is a great place to start. The only limit for kimbap fillings is your imagination: You can find tuna, avocado, chicken, shrimp, and bulgogi kimbap. Basically, you can feel free to add whatever you want to the roll. Today Mommy Oh shows us how to make Kimbap (Korean Seaweed Rolls).

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