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Homecooked Korean Dishes On A Saturday Evening

TWO DISHES AT LEAST.... My kids' turn to cook during the weekend.  Their specialty is none other than Korean and Kimchi is their favourite, so much so that they do their own kimchi and store up.  Now two bottles are lying in my fridge after using one bottle yesterday for dinner.  Besides kimchi soup, they also made the pancake, lots of chives and dried shrimps.  

Before they started their cooking, I quickly whooped up a big bowl of fried rice, adding in greens and luncheon meat.  Not sure whether it was enough, I also boiled a bit of rice, just in case.... LOL... After I have done my dish, I left the kitchen to them and only came in to take pictures every now and then .... And our dinner was made of these below... 
I only did this.... 
Preparing for the pancake...
Two types of flour...
Multi purpose mixed with potato flour for crunchiness... 
Thinly fried.... 
And the kimchi soup full of ingredients.... 
Dipped with vinegar, soy sauce and sugar... 
Dinner is served... 

Comments

  1. Eyewww!!! Kim chi! I don't mind the Korean pancake though - the ladies in the house will cook sometime, they love it. They love anything and everything Korean.

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  2. Hahaha that is really so much chives in the pancake! Kimchi soup I can eat only if not that spicy. Good that your children cook for you.

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  3. no need to go to Korean restaurant coz u have the 'Korean-food chefs' at home. The kimchi soup looks good!

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  4. Lots od good variety! You have taught them well how to cook!

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  5. Wah! I really like the pancake which is so loaded with chives! I must attempt to make it at home.

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  6. Now you can sit back and relax hee hee.

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