Thursday, June 10, 2010

Egg Roll with Corn and Cheese - (콘 치즈 계란말이)

It’s that time of the year again.  =/ 

I’m sitting here on the eve of yet another scan.  This is the time where I learn if I get to live life as normal again for the next six months or if I’m a *patient* again.  I go in for an MRI early tomorrow morning.  Not.looking.forward.to.it.  AT ALL. 

It’s weird living as a cancer patient.  Life after treatment was supposed to be *great* and oh so wonderful.  Instead, I find myself in this constant state of limbo.  Sometimes it’s as if I’m just sitting here waiting for the ball to drop again.

I find myself wishing I could run away far up into the mountains and live amongst the birds and not worry about anything in this “real” world. 

Anyhow, coming back from my fantasy world…

 

I decided to make some corn cheese eggs this week…just because.  Corn + cheese = gooey goodness right?  =)

Ingredients Needed:

  • 2 Eggs
  • 1/4 CUP frozen corn
  • 2 slices of cheese


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Grab two eggs!



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Mix it up with a splash of milk!



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I used a sifter this week to make sure the egg was nice and smooth and would FLIP over nicely.



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Cook on low heat…



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Go and grab two slices of cheese!



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Heat about 1/4 CUP of frozen corn in the microwave for about a minute.

 

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Place the cheese in the middle.

 

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Drain the corn…

 

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And place it on top of the cheese!

 

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Roll it up!  Again, the key is low heat and rolling slowly.

 

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Slice the eggs up and you’re ready to eat!

 

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Corn cheesy!  And this just reminded me that I should put up a corn cheese recipe too.  You know, the ones they have at sool-jips?  =P  Take care folks!  I’ll be going away this weekend for a much needed refresher and will be back next week.

 

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I went out this week and purchased this roller pan for eggs!  I can’t wait to try it later this week. 

10 comments:

  1. I know I don't know you (and you me), but wanted to let you know that you are in my prayers. I find it amazing that you are and have been preparing meals despite difficulties, and taking your time to share them with us! I've made many of the soups, and referenced you for kimbap - contents & rolling technique. Thank You!!

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  2. this looks delicious, cant wait to try it!

    good luck tomorrow...you are in my prayers tonight! and yes "f cancer"!!!

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  3. Yummmmy!!! Thank you your for the recipe! Good luck tomorrow. It's all in happiness. Just keep doing what youre doing and stay happy! That will beat this cancer for sure :)

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  4. i hope your test went well! thank you for sharing your recipes with us!

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  5. 언니 덕분에 많은 요리를 배우네요 ^^
    힘내시고 기분 다운하지마시구요~
    힘들지만 마음이 참 밝아서 보기 좋아요~
    자주 방문할께요~!

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  6. I wanted you to know that I am also praying for you and I hope your time away is truly refreshing. Waiting and/or being "in limbo" is hard. Just know that many people, some who you dont even know due to this blog, are sending positive prayers your way! Thank you again for this lovely blog. andra

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  7. I really hope you're well. Have been thinking about you a lot these days! You inspired me to try Korean food and now I absolutely adore it!!!

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  8. I've always loved visiting your e-home. You always sound so cheerful, celebrating life and food, no matter what the circumstances are.

    I've known your blog since last year (during my aunt's illness), and since then I've been enjoying your stories and kitchen adventures. Thank you for your generosity in sharing.

    As I said before, you are not going anywhere, pal. You are going to dance with Munckin on his wedding day and spoil your grandkids. You'll see.

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  9. i just stumbled upon your blog yesterday in an attempt to make kimchee-jun. i absolutely loathe/hate cooking but didn't want all the kimchee my mom and friends gave me to go to waste so thought i would take a stab at it. your recipes were so easy to understand that it took the fear out of cooking and i even made kimchee jjigae as well. i think i'm slowly starting to overcome my fear of cooking as i'm actually excited to try out another recipe (my bf is also very happy with this latest development haha).

    i did not realize that you had cancer until i got to this post and i just had to stop and say that your blog is much appreciated and that i am praying for you! one of my best friends just recovered from leukemia so stay positive and be strong! thanks again :)

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