Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Kong Na Mool Bab (Rice With Soyabean Sprouts)

U may think how to prononce the recipe title n wat does it means na!!yea even i tried to prononce, lol...its kinda hard na, its a korean dish i came across through the Korenkitchen.com..while reading this dish, i thought it might be very complicate but its quite a easy dish prepared with soyabean sprouts n white rice, the sauce prepared to serve the rice n soyabean sprouts plays the main role in this dish...its tastes fabulous, too tasty..When i served this dish, none want to believe me that this dish is korean, i restarted my system n showed them the site where i got this amazing dish from...Personally i think that korean dishes are very easy when compared to other asian cooking..This is my 2nd entry to AWED-Korean guest hosted by PJ of Seduce Your Tastebuds, event by DK of Culinary Bazaar..Thanks to PJ for choosing Korean, coz of u we are enjoying korean foods...


1cup Cooked rice
1/2cup Soyabean Sprouts
1cup Water
Salt

For Sauce:
4tbsp Dark Soya sauce
1tbsp Sesame oil
2nos Garlic cloves(minced)
1tsp Green onion (chopped)
Few Sesame seeds

Wash bean sprouts and cook in water with some salt until soften. mix all the ingredients for sauce with a fork until they get well mixed..

Put bean sprouts on top of rice and serve with the prepared sauce!!

23 comments:

Sumathi said... Reply To This Comment

Priya looks so easy and yummy..Such a healthy dish..

Madhu said... Reply To This Comment

I am having fun pronouncing the title. Whatever it is looks good & delicious on the plate. Nice entry priya.

Mahimaa's kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

seems easy... i havent experimented much with other cuisines.. this dish looks good.

srikars kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

wow.. looks yummy & awesome priya.. looks easy & YUmmy..

Lavanya said... Reply To This Comment

sounds good priya..quite easy n healthy too!!

Poornima Nair said... Reply To This Comment

Sounds interesting...has a cool name for sure:)

Suma Rajesh said... Reply To This Comment

looks easy and tasty..nice presentation..

Priya Sriram said... Reply To This Comment

I had a hard time twisting my tongue to pronounce it.. hee hee..
Wonderful Priya, you manage to cook and post different varieties all the time! :)

Preety said... Reply To This Comment

tricky name haan...never used soya bean sprouts but combo looks fabulous

Sanghi said... Reply To This Comment

Mmmm.. Superb and healthy recipe Priya..! Do send more recipes to my FIL-Tomato event by 31st.. :)

Ashwini said... Reply To This Comment

Love bean sprouts.The dih looks simple and yum..Can't pronounce the name..

Vibaas said... Reply To This Comment

so easy, yummy n healthy :)

Vibaas said... Reply To This Comment

btw, congrats on winning in MCC :)

Deepa Hari said... Reply To This Comment

Yummy...looks very simple Priya...never experimented with Korean cuisine...good one.

rekhas kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

ooh wow never had soyabean sprouts before hummm i can get fresh soyabeans but never seen sprouts here let me try very helthy dish looks yum too

Varunavi said... Reply To This Comment

Priya looks yummy,congrats on being awarded by gayatri

Cham said... Reply To This Comment

Super easy dish and very different!

Shama Nagarajan said... Reply To This Comment

sound interesting priya.....yummy

Priti said... Reply To This Comment

Indeed simple recipe..looks fab

RAKS KITCHEN said... Reply To This Comment

soyabean sprouts sounds great! Nice post:)

Madhumathi said... Reply To This Comment

This is a very easy recipe..And healthy too !
I haven't tried korean food..I must try this one soon :)

Ann said... Reply To This Comment

hmmm..yummy priya..appealing as well

Curry Leaf said... Reply To This Comment

Wow,I was thnking what you will be sending to AWED,Looks yummy and healthy.I am still searching.