Sunday, September 28, 2008

Godeunguh Kimchi Jorim - Steamed Mackerel & Kimchi - (고등어 김치 조림)

Needed:
  • 1/2 salted mackerel
  • 1 cup fermented kimchi
  • 1/4 chopped onion
  • 1 stalk of green onion
  • 3 TB sesame oil and 1 TB minced garlic

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They were having a sale on mackerel at the K-market so I bought a package of it and decided to make some kimchi jorim. You can easily pan fry mackerel and enjoy it without anything extra, but every once in a while I like to change it up.


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In a pot heat up 2 TB of sesame oil and 1 TB of minced garlic.


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Once the garlic begins to sizzle, add about 3/4 cups of kimchi and 4-5 TB of kimchi juice and mix it around for a while.


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Then set the onions and green onions on top of the kimchi.


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Meanwhile, cut your mackerel into thirds. I ran it under cold water for about 5 minutes, but for the most part it was still halfway frozen. I only used one package (it comes in two separately wrapped packages) but feel free to use all of it if you have more people to feed.


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Then set the mackerel on top of the kimchi and onions......

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Cover it with the rest of the remaining 1/4 cup of kimchi and drizzle about 1 TB of sesame oil on top. Cover the lid and let it cook for about 30-40 minutes total.


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Flip it over about halfway through to ensure even cooking.


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After about 40 minutes the mackerel will be done. Plate it with the kimchi and you're ready to serve. Enjoy!

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Random...

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I tried this Poulet Niçoise recipe from Williams Sonoma this weekend and it was pretty delicious. I highly suggest you give it a try.

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