Korean Fried Rice Recipe
Bokkeum Bap

Korean Fried Rice is a quick and easy rice dish, you can make this very quickly and easily at home and makes a good quick lunch, it is popular in Korea often served with egg. It makes a good lunch box meal for kids as its not spicy like Bibimbap or kimchi fried rice, and is normally served alongside some side dishes.

Bokkeum Bap literally translates as 'fried Rice' and the dish itself can contain virtually anything and you will see regional variations throughout South Korea, common ingredients include potato, carrot, mushrooms, onions, beans and sweetcorn, with meats like pork, beef or spam. I would generally use whatever I have in my fridge.

I have used the following Ingredients: (2 people)

100g of spam
600g of rice
1/2 carrot
1/2 courgette
1 mushroom
pinch of salt

Korean Fried Rice Bokkeum Bap

Begin by cooking the rice either boiled or rice cooker, read the packet for instructions. In South Korea we usually eat short or medium grained rice but long grain is ok. Begin by cutting all the vegetables and meat in to small cubes, put some oil in a pan and throw in all the vegetables and meat and allow to cook while seasoning with a pinch of salt.

Korean Fried Rice served Bokkeum Bap

Once everything is cooked add the rice to the pan, you can add a tablespoon of soy sauce if you wish and mix well. Fry for a further few minutes and then serve in a bowl, you can freeze this dish in the freezer and reheat later for some home made ready meals.

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