Kimchi Fried Rice

This is a simple yet very satisfying dish. For midnight hunger, many people may prefer ramen but I like kimchi fried rice. I also like to add a fried egg over easy style with a runny yolk for extra yum.

This is a simple yet very satisfying dish. For midnight hunger, many people may prefer ramen but I like kimchi fried rice. I also like to add a fried egg over easy style with a runny yolk for extra yum.

 Ingredients:

1/3 cup of chopped kimchi

1/2 teaspoon of cooking oil

1 bowl of rice

Few slices of chopped pork (or any type of meat of your choice)

Directions:

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Heat oil in a skillet over medium-high heat. Add pork and stir for 2 minutes.

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Add kimchi and stir for a minute.

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Add rice and stir for about 5 minutes. Set aside.

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Fry an egg in a skillet. Top it on the rice and serve immediately.

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Kimchi Fried Rice

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My Midnight Snack

This is a simple yet very satisfying dish. For midnight hunger, many people may prefer ramen but I like kimchi fried rice. I also like to add a fried egg over easy style with a runny yolk for extra yum.


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Ingredients

1/3 cup of chopped kimchi
1/2 teaspoon of cooking oil
1 bowl of rice
Few slices of chopped pork (or any type of meat of your choice)

Directions

1. Heat oil in a skillet over medium-high heat. Add pork and stir for 2 minutes.
2. Add kimchi and stir for a minute.
3. Add rice and stir for about 5 minutes. Set aside.
4. Fry an egg in a skillet. Top it on the rice and serve immediately.

 

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