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Kimbob - Korean Sushi Roll

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    Default Kimbob - Korean Sushi Roll

    Description: Kimbob - Korean Sushi Roll
    Serving Size: 3 to 5 people
    Time: 1 hour
    Difficulty: Easy

    Ingredients:
    1. Sushi Rice – 2 cups
    2. Roasted Seaweed – pack of 10
    3. Spinach – handful
    4. Carrots – 2
    5. Seasoned Burdock
    6. Pickled Radish
    7. Garlic sausage – 3” long, 2” thick
    8. Eggs – 3
    9. Vinegar
    10. Sesame Oil
    11. Salt
    12. Olive oil or EVOO
    Preparation:
    1. Utensils:
    2. Rolling mat
    3. Knife
    4. Plate or box to keep the kimbob
    5. Rice scooper or big wooden spoon
    6. Small cooking pot
    7. Small frying pan
    8. Couple of bowls
    9. Paper towel

    10. Preparing the ingredients:
    11. 1. Boil the rice
    12. 2. When done, add 1 tablespoon of vinegar and 1 tablespoon of sesame oil to the rice and mix it in with a rice scooper or big wooden spoon

    13. 3. Wash the spinach and boil it for 4 minutes
    14. 4. Add 1 teaspoon sesame oil and a pinch of salt; toss it around and squeeze it out with your hand

    15. 5. Cut the carrots in small juliennes (I didn’t because I’m lazy)
    16. 6. Stir fry with a small pinch of salt for a couple of minutes

    17. 7. Break the 3 eggs in a bowl and whisk until mixed
    18. 8. Put the eggs in the frying pan with some EVOO and make an omelet
    19. 9. Remove from the pan onto a paper towel and cut into juliennes

    20. 10. Cut the sausage in juliennes and stir fry
    Instructions:
    1. Making the rolls:
    2. 1. Take the rolling mat and a seaweed sheet and put the seaweed with the shorter side at the front so you have more space to roll the kimbob (like in the picture with the seaweed pack)
    3. 2. Spread a thin layer of rice over the first 2/3 to 75% of the seaweed sheet
    4. 3. Add a few grains of rice to the far end of the seaweed sheet to ensure it ‘glues’ shut when it is rolled
    5. 4. Spread the carrot, spinach, egg, sausage, burdock, and radish across the sheet at about 1/3 of the rice patch
    6. 5. Roll the first part of the roll until the front part of the seaweed touches the rice, making sure to tuck in all the items
    7. 6. Squeeze pretty hard to ‘solidify’ the items and to ensure the roll doesn’t collapse when cut later
    8. 7. Continue rolling until you reach the end of the seaweed paper and squeeze again
    9. 8. Take out the roll and re-squeeze if necessary (inside the rolling mat)
    10. 9. Cut the rolls and eat or pack into a box to have for lunch the next day

    11. ENJOY!
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    Some more pictures to help the process along.

    You can pretty much change out the items you put in as you wish.
    The seasoned burdock and the pickled radish can be purchased in an asian (Korean) supermarket or convenience store.
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    yum...I packed my bamboo roller somewhere and can't find it presently but have most of the other ingredients on hand so may need to buy a new one.

    Looks delicious!

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    It looks delicious and the photos of the process are really helpful.
    There is a very large korean population living in New Jersey, just across the tunnel and there are some really good places to eat there ....

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    That is cool! I have never made anything like this. I would love to try it sometime. Thanks so much!

    Cheers,
    BD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lambert View Post
    It looks delicious and the photos of the process are really helpful.
    There is a very large korean population living in New Jersey, just across the tunnel and there are some really good places to eat there ....
    Is that a dinner invite?

    There are a few good Korean restaurants by the Empire State Building. One I go to for Korean BBQ

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    i have a weakness for sushi, but for some stupid reason, ingredients are ridiculously expensive for any sushi, unless you buy it from a sushi bar, ready made.

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    That's like anything with the word bonsai in it, they mark up stuff whenever they can. I'll have to try this recipe sometime as i know people who don't like sushi cause they think it's all fish or eel.

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