This is something I’ve bought. That’s the standard “namul set” sold in Japan. Boiled spinach, soy bean sprouts, zenmai fern and daikon radish. It’s easy to prepare mine, but the whole set is cheaper than the fresh sprouts only (soy bean sprouts cost much more than mungo bean ones), or the ferns only, so sometimes I just take that whole from a shop with good take away corner.
In the heated dish, fragrant sesame oil, brown rice… and I reheated them together. Displayed the set, kimchi…
Bok choi leaves, natto, an egg, gochujang sauce. That’s it…
A little soup, dry fish, the white part of the bok choi, nori seaweed, soy sauce, sesame seeds.
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Looks really great and the picture is wonderful!
Would love to see some of your “Durian Art” on my blog!
One of my favorite dishes – looks so warm and flavorful! And easier to prepare!
I just love Korean rice bowl… the pictures are so beautiful… really make me hungry now 🙂
It looks delicious!
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