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<MISO PORK VEGETABLE WRAP>

Updated: Apr 22


I often make these when I don't feel like cooking at all! With this dish, you can be really lazy but still be able to eat well balanced tasty dishes in 10 minutes!


My kids are picky with their food. They usually only eat carbs but whenever I make this dish, they eat lots of vegetables and meat, which makes me so happy!!

Please give it a try and enjoy it with your loved ones!








<Yield> 4 servings


<Prep time>10 minutes


<Cook time> 5 minutes



<Ingredients>


100g frozen miso minced pork

200g steamed rice

100g bean sprout

50g kimchi

1/2 carrot

leafy greens


Seasonings


For carrot:

1 tablespoon tToasted sesame oil

1/2 teaspoon salt



For bean sprouts:

1 tablespoons egoma oil (can use any oil on hand)

1/2 tablespoon of Soy sauce



<Optional toppings>

Any herbs (eg: coriander)


<Directions>

1. Julian the carrot and sprinkle some salt on them and then massage it in. Let it sit for 10 minutes then squeeze out the excess moisture. Toss with some toasted sesame oil. Set aside.


2. Boil the bean sprouts for 30 seconds. Drain and let them cool down to room temperature. Drizzle on some egoma oil, then season with soy sauce and sesame seeds. Set aside.



3. Take out the frozen miso pork and stir fry them in a skillet while stirring periodically. Once it’s cooked, remove from heat. Transfer to a plate.


4. Assemble all your ingredients. On top of your leafy green add the rice, meat, your favorite vegetables and kimchi. Wrap it up and bite it!



<Note>

Variations:

-You can use nori seaweed as a wrap as well.

- Vegetables are really versatile.


<Storage time>

Store everything separately in an air-tight container in the fridge for up to 4 days.


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