Wondering if this is worth a try? Seems like a pretty big jar.....
How do most of you use Kimchee...as a condiment..or in a specific dish..or just with everything?
I've never seen it there but now I will look for it. Thanks for the unintentional but appreciated heads up.
There's this recipe that I tried from this website :
It's kimchi jigae (pork and kimchi together). You cook them together and it tastes great! In the beginning, it was a bit odd because I've never had cooked kimchi before. But, once you get used to the idea, it's pretty good! I highly recommend this recipe!
With Costco closer to me than the local Korean market (where I'm overwhelmed with variety), Costco's Cosmos kimchee fits the bill. I like it as a condiment...often on rice.
You can use kimchi for a lot of things
Kimchi fried rice
kimchi wrapped pork belly slices
kimchi wrapped rice balls
on hot dogs or burgers
in kim bap (a seaweed/rice roll)
Well, the brand our Costco carries(Canada) is from a distributor in BC T-Brothers 2 liter jar $9.99 CDN
It looks like they make the Kimchee in Port Coquitlam and import a variety of Korean products.
Thanks for the various links...very interesting...
And all the great suggestions for Kimchee...it sounds like it is a compliment to many dishes
I love this Kimchee. It's by Cosmos brand. This is my fav Kimchee brand now. It has that tangy sour, sweet but not too sweet taste. Dump it in Jigae and omg, yum. Better than Assi or Hmart brand IMHO.