Sabtu, 21 April 2012

Let's Make Kimchi at home!!!

Ok,today i will update how to make korean food!!! yeay!yeay!! who love korean food???? me!!! hope you guys can enjoy this entries... :)

Let's try make Kimchi at home!!! ok,today i will share with you guys how to make kimchi,this recipe from .. & if you want more recipe about korean food,you can go this link..


let's see the ingredients..

2 large Chinese Cabbages
230g rock salt

Kimchi Sauce:
10 tablespoon of fish sauce
10 tablespoon of red pepper powder
1 onion
4-5 cloves of garlic
1 oriental pear
1 tablespoon of salt
1/2 tablespoon of sugar
small touch of ginger
4 spring onion 
Making Kimchi in salt waterStart by Cutting the Chinese Cabbages in to chunks, and then soak in plenty of water and add about 180g of salt. Leave this to soak for about 4-5 hours. I use a tray from my freezer as you can see from the picture.

Making Kimchi with sauce
To create the sauce put all the ingredients in a blender except the spring onions, blend until quite fine, and slice the spring onions in to chunks and add to the mixture.

Freshly made kimchi
Return the drained cabbage pieces to the tray and add the Kimchi sauce, mix by hand until it is all mixed together, Taste and it should be reasonably salty, add up to a further 50g of salt if required.

Kimchi in jars
Finally put the Kimchi in to some jars, leave in the fridge for a week, and it is ready to eat. The Kimchi will keep for at least 6-12 months probably longer.
Over time the flavour becomes more sour, if it becomes to sour to eat on its own use the Kimchi to make soups or stews as the soured Kimchi will add more flavour to these dishes. It is common in South Korea to make soups and stews with older Kimchi.
It can be eaten raw as a side-dish, or added to soups and other Korean dishes that are available on this site. 

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Hope you guys like it & don't forget to try it at home..

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