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Kimchi Stew

fried rice

It’s so comforting and irresistible!

Ingredients

  1. 1/2 pkg SUPERIOR TOFU Northern Style Tofu
  2. 2 cups packed bite size kimchi (fully fermented)
  3. 100g fresh pork belly (or other pork meat with some fat)
  4. 1 to 3 tsp Korean red chili pepper flakes (gochugaru) – adjust to taste
  5. 1 tsp minced garlics
  6. 1/2 tsp minced ginger
  7. 1/2 cup juice from kimchi (if available)
  8. 2 cups of water (1/2 cup more if not using kimchi juice) – see note
  9. 2 scallions
  10. Salt and pepper to taste

Instructions

Makes 2 servings

1. Cut the meat and kimchi into bite sizes. Slice the tofu (about 1/2-inch thick), and roughly chop the scallions.

2. In a pot, cook the kimchi and pork with the red pepper flakes, garlic, and ginger over medium high heat until the kimchi is softened and the pork cooks through, about 10 minutes. Add the kimchi juice and water. Reduce the heat to medium, and boil for about 20 minutes. Add more water if necessary.

3. Add the tofu and scallions. Salt and pepper to taste. (Salt is usually not necessary, unless kimchi was lightly seasoned or kimchi juice is not available.) Boil until the tofu is cooked through, about 5 minutes. Serve while bubbling over from the heat.

4.To make kimchi stew with no meat, follow the same steps leaving out the pork. Add one can of tuna (chamchi) with oil when adding the kimchi juice and water and boil for 10 – 15 minutes. (You can add onion slices at this point if desired.) Follow the rest of the recipe above. (Fresh or canned salmon works well too in kimchi stew)

Notes: For added flavor, save the water used to rinse rice, ssal ddeum mul, and use for stew (jjigae). The water used to rinse rice is commonly used for Korean jjigae. I normally use the water from the third round of rinsing. Another option is to use anchovy broth (about 7 or 8 medium dry anchovies and 1 3-inch square dried kelp boiled in 3 cups of water for 10 minutes).

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