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from US 1 cup rice 4 abalones 3 tablespoon sesame oil soy sauce Recipe courtesy koreanrecipes.org Wash rice, soak in water for 30 minutes, drain. Insert the knife on the bottom of abalone, slice out carefully. Slice thinly, then cut into very small pieces. Heat pan, add abalone and sesame oil, saute for 2-3 minutes. Add rice, cover with 7 cups of water, stir and make sure nothing sticks to the bottom. Bring to a boil, reduce to simmer, donít stir too much. Stirring makes the porridge gummy, so leave as it is until the rice absorbs most of the water. It will take about an hour to finish the porridge. Stir if the rice sticks to the bottom. Add more water if needed until rice loose itís shape and get mush. Serve with soy sauce.

Jeonbok Jook


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(posted June 30, 2010)

from US

1 cup
rice
4 abalones
3 tablespoon
sesame oil
soy sauce

Recipe courtesy koreanrecipes.org

Wash
rice, soak in water for 30 minutes, drain.

Insert the
knife on the bottom of
abalone, slice out carefully.

Slice thinly, then cut into very small pieces.

Heat
pan, add
abalone and sesame oil, saute for 2-3 minutes.

Add
rice, cover with 7 cups of water, stir and make sure nothing sticks to the bottom.

Bring to a
boil, reduce to simmer, donít stir too much.

Stirring makes the
porridge gummy, so leave as it is until the rice absorbs most of the water.

It will take about an hour to
finish the porridge.

Stir if the
rice sticks to the bottom.

Add more water if needed until
rice loose itís shape and get mush.

Serve with
soy
sauce.



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