We made Korean food

I made Korean food such as Gimbap and Japchae with a Korean friend and host daughter. The host daughter has never made Korean food so she made it in an interesting way.

Here are the ingredients for simple Gimpab.

  1. 2tbs sesame oil and salt
  2. 1 or 2 cups rice
  3. 1 small bunch spinach
  4. 1 large carrot
  5. Yellow pickled radish
  6. Dried seaweed

You can put any vegetables in!

Simple instructions:

  1. Cook the rice
  2. Bring a large pot of water to a boil over high heat; boil spinach and carrot and season with sesame oil and salt.
  3. Spread rice evenly over the dried seaweed.
  4. Lay the prepared ingredients on top of the rice and roll and serve.

Akemi, Intermediate A

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8 thoughts on “We made Korean food

  1. Hi! Akemi. I had a good time while reading your blog. I like Korean food so your picture made me want to eat Gimpab! I’ve never made Gimpab. Let’s make it together next time hahaha. You’re so lucky you have many great friends in Cairns. I envy you!! I’ll try make friends too.

    1. Hi, Rika! YES!! Let’s make Korean food together. We love Korean food, don’t we? 🙂 I think We’re so lucky because we met in here, in paradise!! It’s fantastic! Let’s make many great friends together too!!

    1. Oh, really? Gimbap and Japchae aren’t difficult cooking right? I made Kimch when I was in Japan but also Kimch isn’t difficult cooking either? We really like eating. HA-ha. Let’s eat Korean food together next time.

  2. Hi! Akemi! I’m Emi! I’m hungry. This picture is very delicious. And it is fun! I want to try to cook sushi with my host family.

    1. Yes! Cooking is a lot of fun but so is eating! Please try to make sushi with your host family. It’ll be fun.

    1. Oh, you remember that you ate them!
      I know that you’re a good cook. Let me know your favorite or original recipe.

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