Using Kimchi

We were gifted a jar of homemade kimchi. This is delicious!

But now I'm the only one in the house who'll eat something like this, I wanted to try something new.

A quick search revealed a Korean stew named Budae Jjigae, or "Army Stew".

half empty glass jar of kimchi

Now I didn't have everything in the house to follow the recipe exactly, but I did have Spam, Broth, Ramen, Kimchi, Onions, Scallions, and Garlic.

I fried the Spam first, then added the Kimchi. I poured in the broth, kimchi juice, onions, garlic, and a dash of sugar. Let the whole thing bubble away then added the ramen. That did soak up a lot of the broth, but it tasted great.

If we get any more of that Kimchi I will make it again.