I had made this buta-kimchi yesterday… and you see only half on that photo.
So I ate one serving.
All that was left-over in the pan.
But I had 1/2 of the konnyaku left.
I added it.
And a little more gochujang.
I had cooked 1 go of rice. A go is a Japanese rice-cup (180 milliliter, while the US cup is 240 ml). It’s used to measure the raw rice.
2 go makes 3 standard rice-bowls. But with 1 go, I get for 4 servings for small woman.
So that gaves me 3 servings of buta-kimchi gohan. (pork kimchi rice)
One. Butakimchi gohan.
Two, idem, with white sesame and basil.
Three… omu-raisu. See that tomorrow :
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