Like a good Korean ajumma, I usually buy kimbap from the local Korean store. But yesterday, I got with my friend Anya and we made kimbap together, with a little bit of help from our boys.
Read Anya's lovely post about our day, complete with pictures, here.
While living in Korea, I got to eat all kinds of kimbap. Most of the kimbap stores had tuna kimbap, cheese kimbap, and one of my favorite, kimchi kimbap. I got some kimchi from the Korean store, chopped them up and put them in a few of the rolls. It turned out really yummy! The kimchi was nice and fermented.
The kimbap we made must have been even more delicious than the ones I buy at the Korean store because my son Christian isn't usually too big of a fan of them but these he gobbled up right away! They were a hit with the rest of the family too because I left four rows at home for dinner, and they were all gone when I got back!
Have you ever made kimbap at home? How did they turn out? What are your favorite things to put in the kimbap?