Yogis of the world unite! This Saturday, I will prepare veggie version of my kimpabs and you'll be most welcome to pick them up at International Yoga Day at Park Jordana this Saturday.
Kimbap is a triangle-shaped rice ball with various ingredients inside covered in dried seaweed. The packaging allows the seaweed to be crispy no matter when you eat it. The package contains one mild and one spicy triangle kimbap, and doenjanguk (Korean miso soup).
Please note that this Saturday you can only pick it up at International Yoga Day. Eataway couriers will deliver them to the park straight from my home and you're most welcome to come and collect it even if you're not attending the event.
Kimchi to tradycyjna koreańska kiszonka. Trójkątny kimbap z długo fermentowanym kimchi smażony stir-fry na oleju sezamowym.
Kimchi is a traditional Korean fermented food. Triangle kimbap with well fermented kimchi stir-fried with sesame oil.
Trójkątny Kimbap z jajkiem, marchewką, cebulą, kiszoną rzepą i innymi warzywami smażonymi stir-fry na oleju sezamowym.
Triangle Kimbap with stir-fried egg, carrots, onions, pickled radish and other vegetables in sesame oil.
Zupa miso, której podstawę stanowi koreańska pasta z fermentowanej soi. W środku tofu i kapusta. Pasuje świetnie do kimpaba.
Soup with Korean fermented soybean paste, tofu, and cabbage. It goes well with the triangle kimbap.
The youngest of 6 sisters, Mira was born and brought up in the town of Haenam, famous across the country for its food. Mira was taught how to cook in a family setting, and was also brought up with a love of fresh ingredients – both from the family property, and from the nearby sea.
Mira has been living in Krakow for over 7 years, and has even created her own small garden on her terrace in Salwator where she grows vegetables and herbs essential to create genuine Korean food. She loves cooking and sharing her food and culture with others. Join her for a genuine Korean experience in Krakow !