Monday, December 10, 2012

Korean Sushi (kimbap)


Two of my close friends here are from Korea and one of my friend's hubby is  chef in a Korean Restaurant  ! I was very lucky to have a friend whose hubby is a chef, many times when  her hubby used come back from work he always brought  the  restaurant food  for their dinner and if I am with her during that time he gives a share of the food to me too and I was lucky several times ! Thats how my love for  Korean food started :)
Korean Sushi was one of my favourite among them and my friends tought me how to make that at home, my friend even bought me a roasted sea weed sheets for me to try sushi at home,she even offered to come home and show me how to make it, but before she could comeover I decided to try it myself and I was very happy with the result. So here is a recipe from my friend Mijong :)

Ingredients

Cooked sushi rice - 2 cup
Korean Fish cake - 2
Carrot - 2 nos
Cucumber - 1/2 of a cucumber
Egg - 1
Sesame seeds - 2 tbs
Sesamae oil - 2 tbs
Roasted seaweed sheets - 3-5

Method
 
1. Cut carrot and cucmber to long thin  slices.
2.Make and omlette in a pan adding little salt and pepper and cut into stripes.
3.Fry the fish cake according to package instructions and make into  stripes .
4.Mix the cooked rice with little salt,sesame seeds and seasame oil.
5.Place the seaweed sheets on a bamboo mat ( I didn't have that,so I used kitchen foil) and spread the cooked rice as shown in the picture and make sure you leave some space in the other end of the seaweed sheet.
6.Place the fillings on top of the cooked rice as shown in the picture.
7. Roll it tightly with a bamboo mat and stick the end with some cooked rice.
8. With a sharp knife cut the rolls and serve it with some soy sauce.


12 comments:

Priya R said...

wow this looks so good and perfectly made :)

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Lucky to be among such friends...Done with perfection...

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Lucky to be among such friends...Done with perfection...

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Perfect and yummy looking sushi...

Manju said...

I have always wanted to try making sushi at home, then I can flavor it however I want. Not a fan of the restaurant ones :-)

WOW girl, u have inspirted me :-) That looks so well done. Mayb I shud try it out too...will b needing ur help incase mine flops out :-)

Suja Manoj said...

You made it at home,you are awesome dear,looks so perfect and yum

Priya said...

Been ages i made sushi at home, looks prefect and irresistible.

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Hey these looks very tempting and is making me hungry!
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Julie said...

wow..love sushi,& this looks perfect dear,great efforts & perfectly done..Thanx for the detailed pics explaining the filling:)
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Treatntrick Treat and Trick said...

Great combo and it seems so easy to prepare!

Swathi Iyer said...

Beautiful dish. I love ongiri.

Niru said...

Very new to me...well done