I have to admit I’m not a rice lover ( Sushi, paella, risotto- yes please!). Generally, and especially here in our European countries, rice in restaurants is served as “hey, salmon goes with rice, let’s pop some unseasoned Uncle Ben’s on a plate”.
Not that bad if you do add flavour to it, try multigrain rice (add least it gives you some bite) and instead of salt, use soy sauce and sesame oil.
My husband would say -how strange it is to refer to Mathias as “the husband” happy strange though – WHAT IS YOUR OBSESSION WITH KOREAN FOOD?!
Dunno really, I just love it. Lovely ingredients that make spicy,healthy, garlicy and tasty dishes.
// 250 gr multigrain rice// 1/4 cup soy sauce// a good splash of sesame oil// 250gr Mung bean Sprouts// 300gr of pure minced beef// 1 spring onion//
1 chopped pear// hot pepper flakes//
2 cloves of chopped garlic// 1/4 cup soy sauce// 2 spring onions// 1/2 chopped onion// 1 tsp hot pepper flakes// roasted sesame seeds// 1/4 cup of soybean paste//
Steam mung bean sprouts for 3 minutes, cook rice according to package instructions, mix rice with soy sauce, hot pepper flakes, sesame oil and cooked minced meat.
Mix everything together for the seanoning sauce.
Serve in a big plate and enjoy!