Cooking with Kimchi, Kimchi Fried Rice

Hi! How are you?

Today, I’d like to introduce an application of kimchi.

Many of my foreign friends  know Tteokbokki but don’t know kimchi fried rice.

I like kimchi fried rice as much as Tteokbokki and it is easier to cook than Tteokbokki.

Let’s make it together.

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Here is ingredients of kimchi fried rice for 2 people: kimchi, gochujang (Korean red-pepper sauce), cooked rice for two people, 1 onion, 1 sausage, 1/2 carrot,  sesame oil, and mozzarella cheese.

You can get kimchi and gochujan from nearby Korean market.

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At first, we need to peel and trim the carrot and onion.

Cut the sausage, onion, and carrot into small cubes as much as you can.

As you can see in the pictures, the shape actually doesn’t matter. haha

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Put kimchi on a board as much as you want and cut it!

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The kimchi has too much juice.

Be careful not to ruin your clothes and table.

Wash used board as soon as possible, because juice of kimchi can make your board red.

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Heat oil in a pan over medium high heat.

Put the carrot in the pan and fry it for about 2 mins.

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Also, put the onion, sausage, and kimchi in the pan and fry them for about 5 mins.

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Add the rice for two people.

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Add a spoon of gochujang and mix all of ingredients well.

If you spicy food, you can add more than one spoon of gochujang.

This is not hot to me, but it  can be hot to people who don’t like spicy food.

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Drip some sesame oil on top.

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If you like cheese, you can add some cheese.

Any kind of cheese is fine.

I added mozzarella cheese.

Add cheese and wait a few minutes until the cheese melts.

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We did it!

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My friend and I didn’t use any dishes, but used only two spoons.

Sharing a dish is one of Korean styles.

Have a nice meal : )

I will post about Koran ramen next week.

See you next week ^^

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