Kimbap is Korea's rice seaweed rolls and can be found almost anywhere in South Korea. Kimbap is common for lunch and a snack and a lot of parents prepare it for their children for school fieldtrips. There are many different kinds of kimbap and different ingredients you can put in them.
- - 맛살 Crab meat
- -햄 Ham
- -오이 Cucumber
- -당근 Carrots
- -단무지 Yellow Radish
- -계란 Eggs
- -우엉 Burdock Root
- -밥 Rice
- -소금/참기름 Salt/ Sesame Oil
- -김 Seaweed
- Mix and cook 2-3 eggs (scrambled egg style).
- Slowly fold the egg in the frying pan.
- Slowly fry each of the vegetables used in making kimbap to soften them up.
- Place the vegetables and ingredients back on each plate after frying.
- Cut the egg into 4 long strips.
- Place a seaweed sheet onto the rolling mat. (Shiny side down).
- Brush on a thin layer of sesame oil to the top part of the seaweed.
- Add rice to the seaweed (about 2 1/3s) and speed out.
- Add a strip of each ingredient on top of the rice.
- Roll the Kimbap. Slowly begin to roll the ingredients in the mat.
- Brush the rolled kimbap with the sesame oil.
In this episode of Waecookin’, Rachel teaches Paul how to make homemade style kimbap and Paul will attempt to put his western twist on the dish that could turn into a kimbap bomb!
What is he going to do? Whose will taste better?
0:43 – What is kimbap?
1:52 – Ingredients to make kimbap.
4:12 – Step 1: Mix and cook 2-3 eggs (scrambled egg style).
9:57 – Step 2: Slowly fold the egg in the frying pan.
12:09 – Step 3: Slowly fry each of the vegetables used in making kimbap to soften them up.
13:44 – Step 4: Place the vegetables and ingredients back on each plate after frying.
14:07 – Step 5: Cut the egg into 4 long strips.
14:51 – Step 6: Place a seaweed sheet onto the rolling mat. (Shiny side down).
15:14 – Step 7: Brush on a thin layer of sesame oil to the top part of the seaweed.
15:44 – Step 8: Add rice to the seaweed (about 2 1/3s) and speed out.
17:03 – Step 9: Add a strip of each ingredient on top of the rice.
19:02 – Step 10: Rolling the Kimbap. Slowly begin to roll the ingredients in the mat.
19:52 – Step 11: Brush the rolled kimbap with the sesame oil.
22:28 – Rachel and Paul attempt making another kimbap after Paul’s failure.
25:03 – Paul tries to westernize his kimbap.
41:37 – Taste test of the traditional kimbap.
42:31 – Taste test of Paul’s westernized kimbap.
43:46 – Rachel and Paul decide who’s dish is best.
45:23 – End show credits.
45:37 – Final message from Rachel and Paul.
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Kimbap | 김밥 | Crab meat |맛살 | Burdock Root | 우엉 | how to cook kimbap | 김밥요리하는 법 | how to make kimbap | 김밥는 법 | how to cook Korean food | 한국 음식 요리법 | Seaweed | 김 | foreigner learns to cook Korean style | foreigner cooks Korean | 외국인이 한국어를 요리하다 | waecookin | 외쿡인 | Englishman cooks Korean | 영국 신사 요리사
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