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Article [pann] [recipe] Kimchi Tuna Fried Rice Recipe!

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Let’s Make Tuna and Kimchi Fried Rice

Translated by: sunshinetrbl @ www.onehallyu.com

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Article: http://pann.nate.com/talk/336753278#replyArea

 

Hello. I am Jachwinam. Today we will make something simple to make and eat: kimchi and tuna fried rice.

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The ingredients are rice, tuna, eggs, kimchi, green onions, onions, garlic, and other seasonings.

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Scramble the eggs.

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On the side cut the vegetables.

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Completely scrambled.

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Since it’s a hassle just keep the grease on the pan and fry the tuna, garlic, and onions.

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When the onions are done frying put in the tuna and fry it as well.

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Put the kimchi in.

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Put 2 spoons of pepper, 1 spoon of soy sauce, one spoon of sugar and cook it all.

Put in ½ a cup of water.

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Mm....the visual……

Finish it off with salt and pepper and ½ a spoon of sesame oil.

 

Now eat.

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I handled the visuals quickly.

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That way It looks appetizing. I put a bit of sesame oil, mix it in to eat it.

After you mix it, it will be a tasty meal.

Have a happy and tasty day again today!

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[+2, -2] Add a bit of red pepper sauce and cook it, it’ll be tastier.

[+2, -0] I’ll follow this recipe, thank you!!!

 

EDIT: The literal/direct translation of ë®ë°¥ is a bowl of rice served with toppings/sides on top.

 

 

T/N: I thought it’d be nice to translate a recipe now and then for all the people who like to cook! It’s also nice to see some Korean food recipes that you can try at home. Btw, the OP of this article seems pretty popular in the food section of Pann.

Maybe we can even later add a recipe category for OHhurrplz.png

 

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More recipes would be awesome!

 

I would make this recipe except I hate tuna jCQ9zCm.png.  The dish still looks delicious tho.

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Wait. So they made fried rice by not actually frying rice???

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i was waiting for them to add the rice in frying pan with the ingredients but it never came warstarplz.png

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fried rice? seems good, i'll try this by i'll actually fry the rice with the tuna! 

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Wait. So they made fried rice by not actually frying rice???

 

 

^

i was waiting for them to add the rice in frying pan with the ingredients but it never came warstarplz.png

 

 

fried rice? seems good, i'll try this by i'll actually fry the rice with the tuna! 

AHH i'm sorry so the exact translation of ë®ë°¥ is like a bowl of rice served with toppings on top but I thought it would be easier to understand if i said fried rice but I guess I made it more complicatedunsure.png

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AHH i'm sorry so the exact translation of ë®ë°¥ is like a bowl of rice served with toppings on top but I thought it would be easier to understand if i said fried rice but I guess I made it more complicatedunsure.png

laugh.png  oh that explains it haha

thank u for your hard work translating!

i think kimchi tuna rice is enough to get the message across smile.png

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one thing i notice about korean fried rice is that they tend to use wet ingredients like those extra soup from jjim (stew) or tteokbokki sauce. or like in this recipe for example, even water is added. the end product is more like bibimbap rather than fried rice.

 

usually the common fried rice is cooked by stir frying the rice in oil with dry ingredients, and just enough condiments as seasoning. and we use woks instead of frying pans. and never never add water into the rice, it just makes your fried rice soggy and sticky.

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