Good as a Nutritious Snack or Side
Dish in a Lunch Box, “Gyeran-mari”
Easy Cooking, Endless Variety of Ingredients
Parent interest in refreshments for their children is high. In recent years, the trend has been for moms to make their children’s snacks by themselves. This is because more and more parents think that the snacks sold in supermarkets contain unnecessary artificial sweeteners that are not good for their children’s health.
Many mothers prefer cooking simple snacks with easily available ingredients, so this time <Korea AgraFood> decided to introduce you to an easy, tasty, and nutritious side dish called “gyeran-mari,” or “rolled omelet.”
Eggs are the main ingredient of gyeran-mari. A high-protein food that’s good for growing children and teenagers, eggs, with their abundant vitamins, fat and calcium, are also known as a nutritious food. Eggs also contain a large amount of lecithin, which, according to a study conducted at MIT, was proven to be good for brain development and highly effective in improving children’s learning ability.
We can cook gyeran-mari with vegetables such as carrot and bell pepper (paprika) as well as a variety of other ingredients - seaweed, kimchi, cheese, and others. But the biggest advantage of the dish is that it can be prepared easily, anywhere and anytime.
Would you like to try cooking the snack or lunch side dish “gyeran-mari with crab sticks” that <Korea AgraFood> introduces here?
How to cook “gyeran-mari with crab sticks” (two servings)
Main Ingredient: 2~3 eggs
Other Ingredients: crabstick 100g, salt 5g, sugar 5g, water 100㎖, dried kelp 10g
Cooking Time: about 20min.
1. Soak 10g of dried kelp in 100㎖ of water for 30 minutes.
2. Beat eggs in a large bowl and strain them through a sieve once.
3. Add 5g of salt and 5g of sugar in the beaten eggs and pour in the water with dried kelp.
4. Shred crab stick down to proper size by hand.
5. Put some oil into a frying pan and pour in the egg mixture. When it is about 80 percent done, add the crabstick and roll it up.(Caution: if egg is overdone, it is hard to roll it up!)
6. After you repeat the previous step two or three times, you will have a flat cylinder-shaped gyeran-mari. Finally, cut gyeran-mari into pieces of desired size.
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