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    powerplantop
    Tue Oct 06, 2009 1:57 pm
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    Mandy ny wrote:
    He said she made something with rice wraped in sea weed.


    That sounds like Kimbap (김밥)

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    Also some kind of squid chips, he remembered and loved.

    I am not sure about that one.
    Rinshinomori
    Tue Oct 06, 2009 11:58 pm
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    Mandy ny wrote:
    Hi My name is Mandy and my DH is half Korean. His mom died when he was very young and he does not know his father. He remembers some of the food and would love for me to make it. We have searched but have no idea what we are looking for. He said she made something with rice wraped in sea weed. Also some kind of squid chips, he remembered and loved. If you could help me to find what these are so I could make them I would be very grateful. Thanks alot Mandy icon_surprised.gif


    Hi Mandy - welcome to the Asian forum wave.gif

    powerplantop is right about rice wrapped in sea seed. Most likely kim bap. There is even a recipe here on zaar. I've not tried it, but you may want to check it out.

    Kim Bap (Korean Rice Rolls)

    Squid chips.....is more like fish and chips or closer to potato chips (ie snacks)?

    Korroke is deep fried potato/ground beef patty very much loved my all Japanese. Normally they are served with thinly sliced cabbage on the side and tonkatsu sauce which is somewhat similar to Worcestershire sauce but bit thicker and sweeter (has more fruity taste). Can also dip into a bit of mustard as well.

    I love Korean food very, very much. If you are interested in making kimbap and have any questios, please ask here.
    AmandaInOz
    Wed Oct 07, 2009 12:23 am
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    I can think of two types of Korean style squid chips (one junk food, one street food). I'm not sure if either of these is what you're after:



    Rinshinomori
    Wed Oct 07, 2009 12:59 pm
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    Wow, those in the cups look amazing. I've seen something like them but made with prawns in Japan. icon_biggrin.gif
    Rinshinomori
    Wed Oct 07, 2009 8:39 pm
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    I picked these up today at our local Japanese market.

    Grilled saba (mackerel), deep fried prawn over rice, curried potato salad, pickled daikon, and corn/carrots/broccoli salad. My dinner for tonight


    Pork tonkatsu (deep fried pork cutlet), deep fried tempura prawn over rice, macaroni salad, pickled daikon, and corn/carrots/broccoli salad for my husband


    Also picked up small beef don with pickled red ginger over rice


    And small kimchi and thinly sliced pork (stir fried) don over rice.


    And the last one to share, makizushi (rolled sushi) with nigiri zushi (regular sushi) - maguro (tuna), salmon, clam, squid, and egg
    Rinshinomori
    Wed Oct 21, 2009 5:44 pm
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    I make similar ramen often using cheaper mass produced kimchi and whatever I want to use up. Here I am using very thinly sliced pork, bean sprouts, freshness losing salad lettuce, eggs, and kimchi with regular ramen in a bag. This was my lunch yesterday.

    Tastes wonderful!


    powerplantop
    Wed Oct 21, 2009 7:36 pm
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    That ramen looks good!
    powerplantop
    Sat Oct 31, 2009 9:51 pm
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    Threw some country style ribs in the slow cooker, added some kimchi, stock and later some potatoes and made Kimchi Jjim. It like kimchi stew but with big hunks of pork.

    The kimchi we used tonight was over a year old.



    Rinshinomori
    Sun Nov 01, 2009 3:43 am
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    powerplantop wrote:
    Threw some country style ribs in the slow cooker, added some kimchi, stock and later some potatoes and made Kimchi Jjim. It like kimchi stew but with big hunks of pork.

    The kimchi we used tonight was over a year old.





    Ooooh mmmm, that looks delish! Over a year old kimchi must be quite sour and perfect for this type of cooking.

    I like the idea of using country style ribs with kimchi in a crock pot. I bet it tasted wonderful. icon_biggrin.gif
    Rinshinomori
    Sun Nov 01, 2009 3:54 am
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    Some days I get a real craving for Japanese foods not easily found in the US. When that happens the only thing I can do is make it myself.

    This dish is called tokoroten. It's transparent noodle made from kanten or agar. No calories and vegetarian. This is normally eaten as snacks. The traditional way of serving this is with vinegar/soy sauce/sugar sauce with bits of slivered nori (seaweed) and reconstituted pungent mustard. Some people prefer to eat this with sauce made from dark sugar syrup and water.

    I buy kanten powder to make this. The powder is mixed with water, boiled and cooled in a flat dish or pans with sides. Then cut so pieces can be forced through a wooden press. Very, very simple to make.



    AmandaInOz
    Sun Nov 01, 2009 4:42 am
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    Nona, that's so interesting! I've seen Kanten marketed here as a laxative. I never knew it was the same thing as agar-agar. You learn something new everyday. icon_biggrin.gif
    Rinshinomori
    Sun Nov 01, 2009 12:48 pm
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    Amanda, that makes sense because kanten is known for having lots of fiber. Kanten is found in many food items in Japan.
    dianegrapegrower
    Sun Nov 08, 2009 10:43 am
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    I made Samosa Potatoes by Dancer^ several months ago when we were having an Indian tag game here. At the time, I wasn't taking photographs, so when I made it again last night, I took the opportunity -



    We served with ordinary meatloaf and a hugh garden salad. This is versatile enough it blended well.

    Diane
    Rinshinomori
    Sun Nov 08, 2009 11:40 am
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    Wow Diane, that dish looks like a complete meal in itself - broccoli, peas, and potatoes. Looks wonderful. I wonder if this can be used as a part of T-day dinner?
    dianegrapegrower
    Sun Nov 08, 2009 1:17 pm
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    Rinshinomori wrote:
    Wow Diane, that dish looks like a complete meal in itself - broccoli, peas, and potatoes. Looks wonderful. I wonder if this can be used as a part of T-day dinner?


    Not in my family - we even have turkey for T-day, despite the fact that none of us like it. The potatoes will have to be mashed, with gravy. Nothing about the dinner is allowed to change - although I have managed to get roasted garlic into the mashed potatoes!
    Diane
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