This fried rice-inspired dish with Korean flavors is a fast and satisfying meal for lunch or dinner. Try it with Minute® Ready to Serve Cilantro & Lime Jasmine Rice.
This simple and flavorful Korean-inspired meal can be on the table in just 5 minutes! Thanks to an array of vegetables, kimchi, our Minute® Ready to Serve Cilantro & Lime Jasmine Rice and a fried egg, this delicious dish will wow your tastebuds.
Heat rice according to package directions.
Combine rice with thawed vegetables, kimchi and green onion in a medium bowl.
Top rice bowl with fried egg and garnish with sesame seeds, if using.
To fry an egg in the microwave, spray a microwave-safe bowl or ramekin with cooking spray or brush lightly with vegetable oil. Sprinkle with a pinch salt. Break 1 egg into the container. Pierce both yolk and white with a fork a few times. This will help prevent the egg from exploding. Cover the dish with plastic wrap, pulling back some of the plastic wrap to allow venting. Microwave on HIGH for 30-45 seconds, or until egg white is set and the yolk is still runny.
Amp up any weeknight dinner with this delicious and easy Kimchi Fried Rice. Ready in a matter of minutes, this recipe boasts a delicious combination of Asian flavors with our Minute® Ready to Serve Cilantro & Lime Jasmine Rice. Matched to perfection with a delicious vegetable blend and topped with a fried egg and spring onion, this is a complete meal in one bowl. Feel free to double or triple this recipe to make the perfect family meal!
Thanks to a frozen combo of vegetables and store-bought kimchi, this recipe is convenient and packed with flavor. You can also save time by cooking the egg in the microwave. That way, you’ll have less mess and your sunny side up egg is ready in seconds! This quick combination will help you spend less time in the kitchen and more time at the table with family and friends.
Kimchi is a traditional side dish in Korea. It’s made from a mix of fermented and salted vegetables, including cabbage and Korean radish, seasoned with garlic, ginger, fish sauce, Korean chilis and more. The fermentation process gives kimchi a very unique mix of flavors. Kimchi is sour and tangy but also slightly savory with a kick of spice!
This major staple of Korean cuisine has been on the rise in Western cultures for many years. You’ll find it in restaurants throughout the world and it’s easy to find at your local supermarket. Kimchi is often said to be the heart and soul of Korean cooking and is a great ingredient for many recipes. Try it in this Kimchi Vegetable Sushi or maybe a Quick Bibimbap.