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ferf
#1 Sep 16 2017 07:06pm
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Not sure if i'm spelling correctly.... topic
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Korean kimchi mixed with 3 fried eggs and a bit of tuna and chopped seaweed
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#3 Sep 17 2017 07:28pm
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here's what i do

get a pack of pork belly (basically unseasoned bacon), chop it into thin chunks like this:

but cut another half of that chunk, so it looks more "thin rectangle" than square.

high heat ur 2quart pot, put in a bit of sesame oil and spread it around
then put ur pork bits in there, reduce heat to medium & move the pork around til they're evenly semi-cooked (cooked outside, shd be greyish/white)

add water til the pot is 3/4 full,
add 3 big spoonful of gochu jjang (less if u cant handle spice)
add kimchi into the pot, about 1 full cabbage or 1 full cabbage + half. (put the cabbage sideways and cut them vertically with a knife, picture below)

can also add a little bit of the kimchi water in the pot too

heat it for like 10-15minutes, til the pork belly is fully cooked inside.
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Kimchi, egg, beef, seaweed and you're good.
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#5 Sep 25 2017 12:19am
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Thanks guys :)
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Kimchi Fried Rice.

You do need that red paste stuff. And whatever protein you prefer.
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Quote (ferf @ Sep 16 2017 06:06pm)
Not sure if i'm spelling correctly.... topic


One pack Mr noodle two piece cooked ham lunch meat cook noodles rip up ham put into.pot save a few dried noodles sprinkle on top for a crunch. Oh shi.z
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Quote (Secksii @ Sep 17 2017 08:28pm)
here's what i do

get a pack of pork belly (basically unseasoned bacon), chop it into thin chunks like this:
https://i.imgur.com/UtE3sWi.jpg
but cut another half of that chunk, so it looks more "thin rectangle" than square.

high heat ur 2quart pot, put in a bit of sesame oil and spread it around
then put ur pork bits in there, reduce heat to medium & move the pork around til they're evenly semi-cooked (cooked outside, shd be greyish/white)

add water til the pot is 3/4 full,
add 3 big spoonful of gochu jjang https://i.imgur.com/xcrIF5P.jpg (less if u cant handle spice)
add kimchi into the pot, about 1 full cabbage or 1 full cabbage + half. (put the cabbage sideways and cut them vertically with a knife, picture below)
https://i.imgur.com/ysOeTEA.jpg
can also add a little bit of the kimchi water in the pot too

heat it for like 10-15minutes, til the pork belly is fully cooked inside.



Iso more recipes

Also which kimchi to use? Fresh or ripe or super ripe?
Secksii
#9 Nov 28 2017 06:50am
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Quote (Firaga @ 28 Nov 2017 05:46)
Iso more recipes

Also which kimchi to use? Fresh or ripe or super ripe?


Ripe/super ripe

Cos I only eat fresh kimchi lol feels too much of a waste to use fresh for stew
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#10 Nov 28 2017 07:25am
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Quote (Secksii @ Nov 28 2017 07:50am)
Ripe/super ripe

Cos I only eat fresh kimchi lol feels too much of a waste to use fresh for stew


i have an 8 month old kimchi that smells so bad lmao maybe i'll give it a try with it?
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