I can’t even begin to tell you how much I love this dish. It has such a unique bold taste, it is definitely different from your typical fried rice in the best way.
The kimchi gives it a tangy flavor and when mixed with soy sauce, korean chili flakes, gochujang sauce, and additional vegetables it is the ultimate dish! You won’t need to resort to that local chinese takeout restaurant like you normally would.
One of the best parts about this dish is that it’s great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Especially with the fried sunny side up egg on top. Having rice for breakfast is one of my favorite pastimes, I don’t do it all the time. But, when I do, it’s so satisfying. When you add that runny egg on top and let the yolks drip into the rice it will make your tummy so happy and full.
This is one of those meals that is quick and easy. Although it might seem like there are alot of moving parts, don’t let that intimidate you. It’s mostly prep in the beginning and once you’ve made it through that, cooking the dish itself is a breeze! It takes no more than 30 minutes. Plus, you will be able to feed your whole family! It’s also a meal you can make in bulk and then save the rest for later.
So, next time you are craving take out, need that extra boost of veggies on veggies or are looking for a meatless Asian dish, resort to this! It’s an indulgent meal without the guilt!
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I think that we can all agree that nothing hits better than a warm bowl of homemade fried rice. Once you try it, this is sure to be a household favorite! It’s loaded with vegetables, flavor and slightly crispy crumbly tofu.
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