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Bulgogi Kimchi-jeon Waffle Sandwich - 불고기 김치전 와플 샌드위치

While growing up, my mum, being the ultimate Korean tiger mum, tells me before any exam that that exam was going to be the most important exam of my life. In primary school, my mum said my 6th grade scholastic exam was probably going to be life-defining. Then, I hit secondary school and she said my GCSEs (some British exam) were going to be life-changing. And before I went off to college, she said my IB diploma exam was going to be a matter of life and death...  Now, I'm in med school and in the midst of studying for what is probably the most important exam of my life. Haha lol, I think I'm turning into mum.

Anyway, what I'm trying to say is that my upcoming exam is going to suck up a lot of time, so I will be taking blogging hiatus. I guess I could have started with that, so you didn't have to read all the junk above. #Sorrynotsorry, also #notsorryforthehastag!  I will be keeping my instagram alive though, because I am severely insta-obsessed. Only some mind-blowing, turn-water-into-wine miracle of an exam can stop me from instagramming.  Come find me there! (Did I put enough links? :P)

But for now, I leave you with this behemoth of a sandwich... until next time!




Bulgogi Kimchi-jeon Waffle Sandwich - 불고기 김치전 와플 샌드위치 

makes 2 waffle sandwiches

1.5 cup Korean pancake/jeon flour mix
3/4 cup water
1/2 cup kimchi, chopped into bits
3 tbsp kimchi juice
1/4 cup green onion, chopped
2-3 tbsp vegetable oil

Your favorite bulgogi recipe - click for details
1 lb rib eye, sliced thinly
1 asian pear
1/2 onion
3-4 cloves garlic
5 tbsp soysauce
3 tbsp mirin or cooking wine
1 tbsp sugar
1/2 tbsp sesame oil
1 tsp pepper

2 fried eggs
handful of baby kale and chard
  1. In a large bowl, mix together Korean pancake flour and water. Add and mix in chopped kimchi, green onions, kimchi juice and oil
  2. Preheat your waffle iron, grease with a little veg oil and make waffles like you would normally do. Cook your bulgogi and fry your eggs in the meantime.
  3. To assemble: place 1 waffle down on a plate. Stack bulgogi, kale and a fried egg. Top with another kimchi waffle and eat it while it's hot
Note: If preparing a batch, you can easily double the waffle batter. ****Cool on wired racks because condensation at the bottom will make the waffle go soggy!!

3 comments :

  1. Lovely. Are you studying for Step One?? My husband is a 2nd year medical student and he is buried in studying... Good luck Mabel!!

    This waffle sandwich looks amazing by the way

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  2. Oh, what???!!!! this is soooo extremely creative! I just found your lovely blog so I'll catch up on your other posts, but hope to see you back soon :) Hope your studies go well~I know far too well how dramatic those "life changing" exams go...lol. Ps: Super cute blog name. I was actually just trying to teach my mother in law to use the word "hangry" whenever she got irritated from missing her snacks, hah!!!

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  3. hehe thanks! wish i could post more stuff, but definitely should not even think about it :P

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