Here are three recipes for stir-fried kimchi that the Engeboku editorial staff actually tried making and found delicious. Chicken Kimchi", "Stir-fried Pork and Bitter Melon with Kimchi", and "Stir-fried Pork and Eggplant with Kimchi".
Here are three recipes for stir-fried kimchi that were actually tried and enjoyed by the En-En-Koku editorial staff. The recipes are "Chicken Kimchi," "Stir-fried Pork and Bitter Melon with Kimchi," and "Stir-fried Pork and Eggplant with Kimchi. Click on each recipe name to jump to the detailed recipe article.
is the standard dish for using leftover kimchi, but chicken kimchi is also delicious. Here is a simple recipe. The chicken meat is firm and chewy, and the spicy kimchi is a perfect balance. The double umami of the meat and kimchi will keep your chopsticks going. The texture of the onions, which are crunchy or thick depending on the portion, also adds a nice accent! This recipe is good not only as a side dish for rice, but also as a snack for alcoholic beverages.
Stir-fried Pork and Bitter Gourd with Kimchi
Here is a simple recipe for "Stir-fried Pork and B
itter Melon with Kimchi" using bitter melon, which is in season in summer. It is a side dish for adults with just the right amount of bitterness and spiciness. The richness of the moist pork, the refreshing bitterness of the bitter melon, and the spiciness of the crispy kimchi all come together. The egg mellows out the strong flavors of the ingredients. The sesame oil gives the dish a deep, savory flavor.
Stir-fried Pork and Eggplant with Kimchi
A simple recipe for "Stir-fried Pork and
Eggplant with Kimchi" is introduced. It can be made quickly by using a microwave oven to soften the eggplant and shorten the stir-frying time. The crispy texture of the kimchi and the melt-in-your-mouth eggplant absorb the flavor. You can enjoy the contrast of textures and the deep richness of pork. The spiciness of the kimchi adds a nice accent. The rich flavor of this dish will make your rice go faster.