|The Complete Book of Korean Cooking|
|by Young Jin Song|
Typical traditional Korean dishes are defined by healthy, home-produced ingredients, low in fat and high in fibre, and natural tastes that can be ...
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Place all ingredients except the chicken in a large Ziploc baggie, and mix to blend all ingredients together. Add Chicken pieces and distribute ...
Cook rice and set aside. ... carrots. Slice water chestnuts thin and add to meat and vegetable mixture. Mix gently or serve over hot cooked rice. Serves 5-6.
Chop up all ... Add the cooked rice to above mixture. ... teaspoon sesame seed. Serve with sunny side egg on top. Makes a great breakfast or brunch! Serves 4.
Sliver a piece ... green onions into rice size pieces. Boil ... flip over and fry other side. Place fried rice onto platter and top with meat. Serves 6.
Add meat to bowl. Add salt, pepper, soy sauce, sesame oil, green onion, egg, cornstarch, nuts; mix well. Make meatballs. Press to make a patty. Coat ...
Add all ingredients ... oven broiler, or fried with small amount ... hot with white rice. NOTE: Seasonings ... taste, i.e., less sugar, more soy sauce, etc.
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