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I’m introducing another easy recipe to you: yubuchobap, made with seasoned fried tofu and rice. It originated from Japan, but it’s very popular lunch box and picnic food in Korea. You can make it very easily at home because these days ready-made kits of ingredients for yubuchobap are sold at Korean and Japanese grocery stores. You may find them in Asian grocery stores, too.
The yubuchobap kit comes with 3 items: seasoned fried tofu, a vinegar-based sauce packet, and a packet of dried ingredients (carrots, sesame seeds, seaweed, etc). Even if you’re too busy to add more ingredients to your rice, you still can make delicious yubuchobap using only the kit. Just mix your freshly made warm rice with the vinegar-based sauce and dried ingredients, and fill each yubu pocket with the seasoned rice!
But I’ll show you how to make more delicious yubuchobap by adding fresh ingredients. I’m also going to show you an idea for a Halloween-themed yubuchobap. Spooky eyes made with white rice! How does it sound to you? It already sounds creepy! : )
If you don’t know how to make rice in a pot, the recipe is posted here.
Enjoy this recipe and don’t forget to make creepy eyes for fun. Let me know if you scare your friends with it.
Yield: 2 servings
To make creepy eyes!
You could use this as appetizer, too!
Posted Saturday, October 16th, 2010 at 11:17 am
Tagged: fried tofu dish, Halloween food, 유뷰초밥, korean food, Korean food blog, Korean kitchen, Korean recipes, picnic food, Seasoned tofu pockets stuffed with rice, Stuffed seasoned tofu with rice, vegetarian food, yubuchobap
Originally posted on October 16, 2010 at 11:17 am by Maangchi.
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