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finally friday! 
16th-Mar-2007 08:50 am
This week was a total drag for me :(

Finally it's friday! I haven't slept in on a Saturday in ages so I plan to sleep in for as long as my body lets me!

I tried my hand at yaki onigiri last night, so pleased with how it turned out!

I hope everyone has a great weekend!!!

Okay so today's lunch is mostly the same color! I should have used a lighter box.....a white one probably.

Yaki Onigiri. First one has furikake in it and the other has gochujang in it so that's why it looks red/orange.

Yaki Onigiri with gochujang is now my fav. most thing in the world! I plan on making loads this weekend and freezing them!

Yaki Onigiri 2 ways, Carrots, cucumbers, tomato, small container of soy, and an apple jelly marshie. Then simmer tofu in soy, sugar, garlic, gochugaru, sesame oil. Sweet and sour meatball halves, and finally a panda cookie and a few choco filled koalas.

16th-Mar-2007 04:19 pm (UTC)
bibimbap is so simple! You can put whatever veg you want in it really as long as it holds it shape/has a bite to it after you cook it. But these are the most popular/traditional veggie selection in a bibimbap. I'll also post the recipe for anyone who wants.

Steamed Rice
White Daikon Radish
gosari [fernbrakes]
chogochujang [gochujang, rice vinegar, sugar, garlic, sesame seeds/oil]

sautee each veg by itself in alil oil/sesame oil. Don't cook all the way, it still needs to have some bite. Arrage them in their own respected piles ontop of the hot rice. Mix in as much chogochujang as you can handle [spicy!] and enjoy!

Place a sunny side up egg on the top of the veg and rice.

16th-Mar-2007 04:20 pm (UTC)
oh I should mention that the zucchini, daikon, spinach, and gosari should all be prepared namul style before using in this dish.
16th-Mar-2007 04:28 pm (UTC)
Thank you so much! I used to eat it in an excellent Korean restaurant in a city I have since moved away from and haven't been able to find it again since. I just love the sauce (gochujang, you say? *notes down to ask for in the asian supermarket*).

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