When I’m in a mood for rolled rice, I usually go for sushi rolls, but this time I wanted something different.
So I made Kimbap.
Sushi is Japanese, whereas, Kimbap is Korean.
When people hear the word “sushi,” they often think sushi means “raw fish.”
But it has nothing to do with the toppings but everything to do with how to flavor the rice.
Sushi actually means sushi rice, which is cooked rice flavored with salt, vinegar, and sugar.
Kimbap, on the other hand, does not use the same flavoring for the rice.
Its rice is flavored with salt and sesame oil.
I like my rolls with a lot of toppings and a little rice so that I can eat many without getting full to quickly (lol).
This time inside the roll are vegan omelet, vegan meat, kanpyo, cooked carrot, and fresh spinach.
It makes a perfect lunch.
Since there is a lot inside the roll, you can just grab and go if you are busy, but it’s still a pretty nutritious meal itself.
(But if it’s served with miso soup, that will be ideal!)