Saturday, July 19, 2008

Kimbab

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Kimbab is a Korean snack, usually eaten during breakfast or light lunch, and during picnicking. It is made of steamed short grain rice, with a hint of vinegar and sesame oil wrapped in gim or dried seaweed. It is similar to Japanese Maki zushi, but the sesame oil makes it differs from the maki zushi. Just like maki zushi which is served with soy sauce or pickled ginger, kimbab is usually served with pickled raddish as well as kimchi.

1 comments:

jon said...

Wow! Your kimbab is really loaded with all those stuff! I love it. I would consider this as a very nice meal.
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