How to make Kimbap (Gimbap) | Lunch Box Ideas | Kimbap recipe



Today I make my son’s favorite kimbap. I also thought I’d share an easy and delicious back to school idea. This also makes a good bento box style lunch.

INGREDIENTS
(RICE)
5 to 6 cups cooked rice
1 tbls rice vinegar
1 tsp sugar
1/2 tsp salt
2 tsp sesame oil
(SPINACH)
6 oz container baby spinach (blanched)
1/4 cup chopped spring onion
2 cloves minced garlic
salt to taste
sesame oil to taste

3 large eggs
1 medium to large carrot (julienne)
Yellow pickled radish
Ham
Cheddar cheese
Roasted Seaweed sheets

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24 Responses

  1. maria kilman says:

    Yum! This looks so good. I'll make ours with turkey. Love the spinach with garlic and spring onions. Thank you!

  2. Love , love, love***
    Can I substitute the pickled radish with something else?
    I live these ingredients. I def. Want to make this. I have done a California roll with just vegetables. I like the idea of meats. I am thinking smoked salmon for a idea.
    As always LOVE YOUR CHANNEL*💞🦋.

  3. AZHITW says:

    Sometimes I have such a craving for rice and seaweed I just put plain steamed rice in the seaweed and dip it in soy sauce. 😛 Yours looks beautiful with all the vegetables and egg.

  4. Izzy Mtz says:

    Will you pls make a vid on mole?! If you have i cant find it. Pls n ty!

  5. Lucy Braga says:

    Your a good mamma!!! Lo e to see your videos. Xlxo6

  6. Lucy Braga says:

    Love to see your videos. Can't get it right. Lol

  7. Donna West says:

    I so enjoy your channel! Looks so appetizing with all the great colors!…lucky boy to take a lunch like this!!!

  8. Kenny B says:

    Great video and info 🙏

  9. Mark Neff says:

    I thought you made these before. I'm thinking it was around New Years. Thinking you was celebrating your husband's New Year culture. You all had a big spread. Or maybe your sons lunch once I'd lol. It looks good though. Looks like a sushi roll.

  10. lisa ibarra says:

    those look yummy! and just in time for school lunches!!! thanks for sharing!!

  11. Oh wow that pretty good

  12. That looks really good.

  13. Gina Friend says:

    I was expecting a little ✋ scooping up the end piece! Looks great! I've never tried making any of these ethnic dishes. I ought to give it a try! Thank you, always! 🌹

  14. dalinehere says:

    Yum I love it with tuna that comes with the kimchi sauce. Another great video!!!

  15. L D. says:

    Those look good, I've never worked with seafood before. I 'm going to make some with cucumber, raw carrot, egg and shrimp. I also liked the way you seasoned the spinach! Nice lunch!

  16. Alina C. says:

    Looks delicious!! I can surprise my kids with seaweed! Lol They may love it. "Picky eaters" but for sure I will substitute with tortillas. Endless possibilities:)

  17. jk grosley says:

    Thank you so much , gets so boring when i make the same dishes. You are a wonderful teacher,

  18. Alma George says:

    🍱🍣🍙💗💗💗 it! Never had it with ham and cheese 😋

  19. These look so great and for sure have to try to make these. I want to see other ones you were talking about also.. Beef and fajita.. I guess you could pretty much use anything. They all sound so delicious. Thanks for this.

  20. I love kimpop…this is a favorite classic in korean food…I remember my mom used to make it for me when I attended kindergarten in Korea, on field trip days, for my lunch..I now like to eat it with a little bit of soy sauce and wasabi

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