Kimchi Fried RiceJune 14th, 2011Recipes, 30-Minute Recipes, Recipes, Korean Recipes, Recipes36 Comments
My husband has a good Korean friend whose mother-in-law runs a restaurant in LA’s Korean Town. She always makes kimchi from scratch and he would always give us some. Whenever life gives us homemade kimchi, I make kimchi fried rice, which is easily one of the most delicious fried rice recipes ever.
Kimchi fried rice takes practically 15 minutes to prepare and calls for a few basic ingredients: kimchi, overnight steamed rice, and egg. If you like, you can add meat such as beef, chicken, spam, or bacon, but I like the plain kimchi fried rice. It is delicious as is…
The egg is often cooked sunny side up and placed on top of the rice. For my food photography, I served it separately to let the kimchi fried rice shines through in the photos. (You can check out the complete gallery by clicking on the top picture above.)
Many Koreans make Kimchi fried rice whenever they need to use up the kimchi at home. To me, kimchi fried rice is one easy recipe that produces mouthwatering and satisfying result.
If you like Korean recipes, you might also like these recipes on Rasa Malaysia:
- Japchae (Chap Chae) - sweet potato noodles
- Kalbi (Galbi) – BBQ beef short ribs
- Bibimbap – mixed rice with vegetables
(Click Page 2 for the Kimchi Fried Rice Recipe)