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For the first time in my life, I tried making Kimchi-Jeon......

And this Kimchi-jeon will be the best Kimchi-jeon in my life....

To remember this priceless Kimchi-jeon, here I post some of photos.....


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How to make
(Basically this is from Ms.Binna Choi's comment in my blog page, Thanks to Ms.Choi)
2009/05/29 - [Hong Kong] - [WB550] Sorabol(서라벌) Korean Restaurant in CWB, HK (Eng.Ver.)

1. Buy "고려농장(Goryen Nongjang)" Kimchi in ParkNshop or Gourmet supermarket.
    - Cut Kimchi into proper peices
    - I used almost one new bottle, which maybe 500g around?
2. Buy "부침가루(Buchimgaru)" in Citiy Super or any Korean Supermarket.
    - I used around 500g out of 1 Kg.
3. Prepare 2 eggs, and stir very well.
4. Prepare 1 onion, and do slice cut.
5. A can of tuna.
5. Mix Buchimgaru with very cold water.
    You can pour water according to your own feeling. hahaha. Sorry, I can't remember how much I pour water.
6. Put all those Kimchi, eggs, tuna and onion into Buchimgaru paste.
7. I added a bit black pepper and salt into the paste.
8. Now stir well again.
    And fry it on the pan like doing pancake.
9. It would be better if you eat this with the source of Korean soy source(간장) + sesame oil little.



- my best Kimchi-jeon, I can't forget this forever......         in HK -



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  1. yagnropnadneb 2009.06.07 01:01 신고 Address Modify/Delete Reply

    oh, that's very much like one of the dim sum dishes in HK chinese restaurant - 煎薄罉. Yummy : P

    • Favicon of http://andyjin.com BlogIcon Andy Jin™ 2009.06.07 01:08 신고 Address Modify/Delete

      煎薄罉?
      In dim sum kinds, there are also this kind of dish?
      hm.... I want to try it later if I have a chance.

      Thanks for your info. :)

  2. Binna Choi 2009.06.07 11:56 신고 Address Modify/Delete Reply

    Brilliant, I'm impressed. How come it looks much much better than mine? ;-)
    Try tuna next time, it gives richer flavor as well.
    I tried "Bo Ppang(보뺑)" in yamcha and it does look/taste like Korean pancake.

  3. yagnropnadneb 2009.06.10 17:31 신고 Address Modify/Delete Reply

    There's an interesting yum cha place that I want to share:

    http://www.openrice.com/restaurant/sr2.htm?shopid=13330

    It's inside a park and they serve vegetarian dim sum only.

    • Favicon of http://andyjin.com BlogIcon Andy Jin™ 2009.06.10 19:35 신고 Address Modify/Delete

      Hm... looks interesting.
      I want to try this one later, definitely!!

      I had been to Vege Chinese Restaurant when I went to Toronto, Canada. Year 2001, it was back-pack trip. :)

      Thanks a lot for sharing good information!

  4. Favicon of http://sayhk.tistory.com/ BlogIcon 아이미슈 2009.06.21 00:36 신고 Address Modify/Delete Reply

    일단 눈으로 보기엔 합격인데요..ㅎㅎ
    혼자 사시려니...고생이 많으시네요...염장 아니구요..
    요리하는 남자 아주 매력있습니다..쿨럭...

    • Favicon of http://andyjin.com BlogIcon Andy Jin™ 2009.06.21 02:47 신고 Address Modify/Delete

      감사합니다. :)
      아직 '요리' 한다는 표현은 그렇구요...
      그냥 요즘 기회가 되면 몇몇 찝적되는 거죠.... 요리아닌 음식에.... ㅎㅎ

      그나저나.... 이메일 주소 비밀글로 남겨주세용.

      ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

    • 2009.06.21 16:18 Address Modify/Delete

      비밀댓글입니다

  5. Kawaiihye 2009.12.16 23:41 신고 Address Modify/Delete Reply

    Yummy, Kimchi-Jun!!! Over the weekend, I will try it!

    • Favicon of http://andyjin.com BlogIcon Andy Jin™ 2009.12.17 09:12 신고 Address Modify/Delete

      yeah.
      it's pretty yummy though, I may not make any more for long time......

      Hope your kimchijeon is also going to be yummy yummy.....