I wanted Satoshi to try the kim chee sandwich that I had tried at Tougarashiya the other day, so I made one for him.
When I went to the Co-op, the only kind of white bread they had was this thick sliced type, so I cut this slice in half.
Kim Chee Sandwich serves 1
2 thinly sliced bread
1 egg, scrambled
50 grams kim chee
thinly sliced cucumber
1 tablespoon mayonnaise (or less)
sanchu (korean lettuce)/lettuce
Toast your bread.
Add a half tablespoon (or less) of mayo to each slice of bread.
Add some sanchu (Korean lettuce)/lettuce.
Cook 1 scrambled egg as thin and flat as possible, do not flip egg!
Add some thinly sliced cucumber.
Add about 50 grams of kim chee.
Cut into fourths.
NOTES: I cooked my egg in my tamagoyaki pan (a pan that makes Japanese rolled omlettes), so my egg was longer than the bread, instead of cutting the longer portion off, I folded it over when making the sandwich. This was so easy to make and really quick to put together. I also got the thumbs up from Satoshi. I think the next time I will add some tuna salad...
I wanted to share with you this photo I took with my iPhone on one of my walks...loved the sun beams!