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Kimbap (김밥): How To Cook Korean Food

Kimbap is Korea’s rice seaweed rolls and can be found almost anywhere in South Korea. Kimbap is common for lunch and a snack and a lot of parents prepare it for their children for school fieldtrips. There are many different kinds of kimbap and different ingredients you can put in them. In this episode of Waecookin’, Rachel teaches Paul how to make homemade style kimbap and Paul will attempt to put his western twist on the dish that could turn into a kimbap bomb!
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한국인들과 외국인들이 모두 즐겨먹는 김밥! 소풍갈때 먹었던 그 김밥이죠? 김밥에는 많은 종류가 있는데요, 요번 외쿡인 에피소드 에서는 레이첼이 폴에게 집김밥 만드는 법을 가르쳐주었습니다. 폴은 한국음식 김밥을 웨스터나이즈 시켜서 김밥 폭탄(?) 을 만드는데요! 과연 어떻게 했을까요? 어떤 김밥이 더 맛있을까요? 기대해주세요!

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Show Notes
0:43 – What is kimbap?
1:52 – Ingredients to make kimbap.
4:12 – Step 1: Mix and cook 2-3 eggs (scrambled egg style).
9:57 – Step 2: Slowly fold the egg in the frying pan.
12:09 – Step 3: Slowly fry each of the vegetables used in making kimbap to soften them up.
13:44 – Step 4: Place the vegetables and ingredients back on each plate after frying.
14:07 – Step 5: Cut the egg into 4 long strips.
14:51 – Step 6: Place a seaweed sheet onto the rolling mat. (Shiny side down).
15:14 – Step 7: Brush on a thin layer of sesame oil to the top part of the seaweed.
15:44 – Step 8: Add rice to the seaweed (about 2 1/3s) and speed out.
17:03 – Step 9: Add a strip of each ingredient on top of the rice.
19:02 – Step 10: Rolling the Kimbap. Slowly begin to roll the ingredients in the mat.
19:52 – Step 11: Brush the rolled kimbap with the sesame oil.
22:28 – Rachel and Paul attempt making another kimbap after Paul’s failure.
25:03 – Paul tries to westernize his kimbap.
41:37 – Taste test of the traditional kimbap.
42:31 – Taste test of Paul’s westernized kimbap.
43:46 – Rachel and Paul decide who’s dish is best.
45:23 – End show credits.
45:37 – Final message from Rachel and Paul.

Ingredients for Kimbap
– 맛살 Crab meat
-햄 Ham
-오이 Cucumber
-당근 Carrots
-단무지 Yellow Radish
-계란 Eggs
-우엉 Burdock Root
-밥 Rice
-소금/참기름 Salt/ Sesame Oil
-김 Seaweed

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Samgyeopsal (삼겹살 ): How To Cook Korean Food (Pork Belly)

Samgyeopsal can be found everywhere in South Korea. It is the most common restaurant and food that can be found here. Samgyeopsal means “three (삼) layered (겹) fat (살)” and Rachel and Paul will include some popular ingredients served with Samgyeopsal| as well as include some Moksal (neck meat) which is less fatty. In this episode of Waecookin’, Rachel teaches Paul how to cook Samgyeopsal and everything that goes with it, and Paul puts his western twist on the dish to come up with his own Mexican style dish.
What is he going to do? Whose will taste better?

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한국인들이 많이 즐겨먹는 삼겹살 그리고 목살!
이번 에피소드의 외쿡인 에서는요, 레이첼이 폴에게 삼겹살 굽는 방법과 먹는 방법을 알려주는데요, 폴은 또 자신만의 방법으로 삼겹살을 요리해본다고 해요! 폴이 무엇을 할까요? 과연 어느쪽의 삼겹살이 더 맛있을까요?

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Show Notes
0:48 – Ingredients for cooking samgyeopsal.
2:50 – Step 1: Pre-heating the cast iron pans.
4:26 – Step 2: Add 2 strips of samgyeopsal to the frying pan.
5:14 – Step 3: Add a piece of moksal (neck meat) to the frying pan.
6:23 – Rachel and Paul talk about their favorite ways to cook meat.
7:00 – Step 4: Cut the garlic into slices.
8:06 – Step 5: Cut 2 slices of potato.
8:44 – Paul talks about the restaurant culture in South Korea.
10:29 – Step 6: Cutting the meat using scissors.
11:38 – Step 7: Adding the extra ingredients to the frying pan.
13:51 – Rachel and Paul talk about the cooking experience and social style of cooking meat in restaurants in South Korea.
14:29 – Paul and Rachel talk about their favorite drinking games.
16:11 – TITANIC GAME: Rachel and Paul play the Titanic drinking game.
20:06 – Step 8: Cutting up everything in frying pan after being cooked.
21:43 – Testing the meat for the first time.
22:25 – Paul tries the best mushroom he has ever had.
23:36 – Paul explains what he will do to westernize the samgyeopsal.
24:17 – Rachel gives the steps of putting together her samgyeopsal wrap and the traditional way to eat it.
24:54 – Testing the traditional samgyeopsal.
25:18 – Paul gives his steps to add his western twist to the dish.
27:00 – Testing the western twist dish.
27:47 – Guest judge Phillip Wayne Stanley from K-PoD: Life In Korea joins the set.
30:04 – Guest judge tries the traditional samgyeopsal.
31:09 – Guest judge tries the western twist version of samgyeopsal.
33:04 – FINAL JUDGEMENT: Guest judge decides which dish is best.
34:21 – End show credits.
34:49 – Final message from Rachel and Paul.

Ingredients for Samgyeopsal (two servings)

– 4 strips of pork belly
– Enoki mushrooms
– 8 garlic
– 1 bowl of kimchi
– 1 potato
– bean paste plus oil/salt mixture
– lettuce and sesame leaves
– 2 pieces of pork neck meat (optional)
– 4 king oyster mushrooms

Ingredients for Taco Samgyeop
– 6 tortilla shells
– plus ingredients above

Titanic Drinking Game
– beer of choice
– beer glass/ shot glass
– soju of choice

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Ep 4: Mandu Soup (만두국 )

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Mandu is the Korean word for dumpling and mandu soup is a popular soup in South Korea. In this episode of Waecookin’, Rachel teaches Paul how to make Duk Mandu Guk (Rice cake dumpling soup) and Paul puts his western twist on the mandu to come up with his own dish. What is he going to do? Whose will taste better?

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0:37 – What is mandu?
1:00 – Ingredients needed to make mandu soup.
3:14 – Step 1: Bring the broth to a boil.
3:34 – Step 2: Cut the roots off the Enoki mushrooms.
4:00 – Step 3: Add the dumplings to the boiling broth.
4:31 – Step 4: Add the sliced rice cake to the broth.
5:13 – Step 5: Mix and add the eggs to the pot.
6:10 – Step 6: Add the green onions to the pot.
6:38 – Step 7: Add 1/2 a table spoon of Perilla oil.
6:59 – Step 8: Add salt and pepper to the pot.
7:41 – Step 9: Add the Enoki mushrooms.
8:10 – Finished making the mandu soup.
8:25 – Westernizing the mandu! What will Paul do?
10:03 – First taste of the mandu soup.
12:48 – What would you like to see us cook next?
13:18 – First taste of Paul’s twist on mandu.
13:47 – The final judgement and who’s dish will win?
14:44 – End show credits.
15:05 – Final message from Rachel and Paul.

Ingredients for mandu soup.

– 1 bag of frozen mandu (dumplings)
– Enoki mushrooms
– 2 or 3 cut green onions
– 2 eggs
– 2 cups of beef bone broth
– 1/2 cup of sliced rice cake (optional)
– 1/2 spoon of Perilla cooking oil
– salt and pepper

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Ep 3:Kimchi Bokkeumbap: How To Cook Korean Food! (Kimchi Fried Rice) 김치 볶음밥

Bokkeumbap translated means fried rice (Bokkeum = fried, bap = rice). Kimchi Bokkeumbap combines kimchi with fried rice and other ingredients and is found in most restaurants in South Korea due to the cheap ingredients and being quick and simple to make. In this episode of Waecookin’, Rachel teaches Paul how to make Kimchi Ham Bokkeumbap and Paul comes up with a western twist that could change the game on how Korean’s make and eat their Bokkeumbap! What is he going to do? Whose will taste better?

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0:37 – What is Kimchi Bokkeumbap?
0:56 – Ingredients needed to make Kimchi fried rice.
3:30 – Step 1: Cut the green onions into thin slices.
4:36 – Step 2: Add a splash of oil to the frying pan.
5:14 – Step 3: Use a paper towel to spread the oil in the pan.
5:19 – Step 4: Add the green onions to the frying pan. Stir and cook until you can smell the onions.
8:04 – Step 5: Add the ham to the frying pan.
8:45 – Step 6: Cut and add the kimchi to the frying pan.
10:25 – Step 7: Add the rice to the frying pan.
11:52 – Step 8: Add the soy sauce and red pepper powder to the frying pan.
12:42 – Finished. The first taste test.
13:34 – Chopstick Challenge! Game: Who is going to win?
18:15 – Westernizing the Kimchi bokkeumbap! What will they do?
19:08 – Making an egg moat Kimchi bokkeumbap and competing to see who’s will win?
27:42 – The final results and the taste test for both dishes.
30:00 – A guest judge, Marco, joins to make the final judgement on which dish is the best!
32:32 – The final judgement and the winner!
33:45 – End show credits.
34:18 – Final message from Rachel and Paul.

Ingredients for Ham Kimchi Fried Rice

– 1 bowl of kimchi
– 1 bowl of cooked rice (using less water so it’s not as sticky)
– 2 or 3 green onions
– 5 table spoons of soy sauce
– 3 table spoons of red pepper powder
– 1 bowl of diced ham (or meat of choice/ or vegetables)
– cooking oil

Extra Ingredients for Egg Moat Kimchi Fried Rice
– 2 eggs
– Grated cheese

Extra Ingredients for Westernized Fried Rice Dish
– 1 bowl of chopped broccoli
– grated cheese

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Ep 2: Bulgogi: How To Cook Korean Food

Bulgogi (literally meaning fire meat) is a popular Korean style of meat believed to have originated from the Goguryo era.  Bulgogi is prepared by marinating thin slices of beef and grilling them.  In this episode of Waecookin’, Rachel teaches Paul how to make Bulgogi and the marinade used for it.  Paul comes up with his twist for Bulgogi to westernize it.  What is he going to do?  Whose will taste better?

0:56 – Ingredients needed to make bulgogi
2:10 – Step 1:  Cut the onions
2:53 – Step 2: Making the marinade sauce for bulgogi
4:57 – Step 3: Sprinkle the brown sugar over the meat and leave for 10 minutes.
5:29 – Step 4: Cut the green onions.
6:41 – Step 5: Add both onions to the marinade sauce and mix.
7:12 – Step 6: Pour the marinade sauce over the meat.
7:33 – Step 7: Massage the sauce and meat together.
8:00 – Paul tells us what British people think about bulgogi, Korean food, and where he is from.
9:44 – Step 8:  Marinate the meat for one hour in the fridge.
10:03 – Step 9:  Add Perilla oil to the marinated meat.
11:14 – Step 10:  Cooking the meat.
11:37 – Paul asks Rachel how Koreans usually eat bulgogi.
12:02 – Paul explains why you can’t use self cooking grills in restaurants in the UK.
13:27 – Paul asks about the tradition behind bulgogi.
15:49 – Adding a western twist to the bulgogi.
19:11 – Taste testing the bulgogi and western style dish.
20:31 – Choosing a winner.
21:10 – End show credits.
21:46 – A message from Rachel and Paul.

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