Making Jumeokbap(rice balls) with Hot Wings
Hot wings are a really delicious dish, but eating a small amount of flesh off the bone is little bit annoying.
So, in order to enjoy delicious hot wings comfortably and deliciously, I made Jumeokbap(rice balls) using hot wings.
First of all, what is Jumeokbap(rice balls)?
Korean rice ball is called Jumeokbap (주먹밥) in Korean, which literally translated as “fist rice”.
The reason why they are called “fist rice” in Korean is because the way to make rice balls is to put rice in your hands and make a shape by clenching your fists.
Recipe for making rice balls with hot wings
1.HOT WIGS(Use made or commercially available ones)
2.Rice (Korean rice is chewy, so it is easy to make rice balls.)
3.Cucumber (peeled and sliced)
4. Stir-fry anchovy (Small anchovy stir-fry in oil with minced garlic and sugar)
5. Stir-fried Green Seaweed (Seaweed powder sold in the market)
1.Allow the oven-baked hot wings to cool and separate the bones and flesh.
2.Cut the chicken flesh into small pieces with a scissor.
3.Put on a plastic glove on one hand. Mix rice, hot wings, anchovy and seaweed in a medium-sized bowl.
4.Take a handful of mixed rice in the palm of your hand and squeeze lightly until the rice sticks together. Shape it into a ball.
5.Place the sliced cucumber on the rice ball.
6.It tastes even better when eaten with miso soup.
Jumeokbap is really convenient because it is easy to make and take anywhere to eat.
Koreans use leftover rice with a few other ingredients, make them into Jumeokbap for convenient travel food or lunchbox additions.