I love Kimbab! There are many variations but the most common ingredients are pickled daikon radish, carrot, egg scrambled and cut into long strips, ham, and a korean green vegetable that I can't remember the name of! The soup is anchovy soup. They boil dried anchovies, making a broth and top it with fresh green onions. It is delicious- especially on a winters day!

They do not call it sushi here. It is specifically called Kimbab. If you call it by the Japanese name you most likely will offend someone. The Japanese ruled Korea for from 1910 to 1945 and feelings run deep.


  1. Yum! I love kimbab too! My hubby just took me to a chinese resteraunt the other day, with an all you can eat buffet, where I ate some. He doesn't like that type of food, so he did it just for me! I never tried anchovy soup that I recall. I love Korean food!
    Jackie M.

  2. 시금치 - spinach is the green stuff
    = )

    Debbie S