Woo Young-Woo has stolen our hearts with her extraordinary personality. The latest K-Drama show that has taken over our hearts and screens, Extraordinary Attorney Woo revolves around a genius attorney Woo Young-Woo—who comes under the autism spectrum because she suffers from Asperger’s syndrome—takes on each case with determination and brings in a whole new perspective into her day-to-day life. While we love her undying love for whales, it’s her go-to favourite meal, kimbap that has us drooling every episode. The reason Woo loves having kimbap is that she can see all the ingredients that she is eating, something that many people on the autism spectrum prefer.
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Proving to us repeatedly how she’s the ultimate best friend Woo Young-Woo could ever have, Dong Geu-Rami loves and adores her bestie like no other. So, when it comes to Woo’s love for kimbap, Geu-Rami has her own version of the seaweed rice rolls that has not only gotten the incredible attorney’s approval but is also loved by fans around the world.
Yup, the super easy recipe took over social media, with fans across the globe trying to recreate it. And if you’re one of those fans, here is how you can make Dong Geu-Rami’s iconic kimbap.
You Will Need:
- Sticky Rice
- Seaweed Sheets
Step 1: Firstly, fry an egg and season it with your preferred spices. Make sure that the fried egg is not too big because that will make it difficult to fold into the kimbap.
Step 2: Once your egg is ready, place a seaweed sheet and divide it into four equal sections. With a knife or a scissor, make half cuts dividing the sections, but be sure to not cut them completely because they need to be folded.
Step 3: Then, in the first section, add some sticky rice and flatten it up. Make sure to not add too much rice.
Step 4: Add the fried egg in the section right below the rice and add a spoon full of kimchi in the section next to the egg. Spread the kimchi a little so it doesn’t feel bulky while folding it.
Step 5: Add some more sticky rice and flatten it up in the final section. Both rice sections should be next to each other.
Step 6: Finally, start folding the sections starting from the first rice section, followed by the egg, kimchi, and then finally the last sticky rice section. Fold it tightly and make sure that nothing is sticking out of the kimbap. You can also cut the kimbap into two halves, just like how Young-Woo likes it, or wrap the kimbap in transparent plastic and save it for later.
So does everyone know what they’re making, and watching, this weekend?