SONG I PHAB – Korean Mixed Rice, My Way

by - Saturday, April 18, 2009


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It’s Korean food time! Minggu kemarin di perpustakaan daku berjumpa dengan Ita, anak Ikom temen KKN di Magetan. Ita tu orangnya gila banget sama all the things about Korea, mulai dari bahasanya, makanannya, filmnya, negaranya sendiri, semua deh! Dia tanya daku lagi sibuk apa, ya daku jawab sibuk masak sama nge-blog hehehe. Trus dia nanya lagi pernah gak daku nyoba masak masakan Korea - Belum pernah bu! Oh oh oh she encouraged me to try one of her favorite Korean foods – taraaaa “Song I Phab”. “Give it a try, Tata!”. But she didn’t give the recipe, so I had to look for Song I Phab’s recipe by myself. Fortunately, Uncle Google was very kind to me and he brought me to www.resepkita.com – Gracias Uncle Google, luv u! :)

Pertama
kukira bahannya bakal aneh-aneh gitu deh *maksudnya nama bahannya, kan biasanya aneh-aneh trus terdengar asing buat kita-kita orang Indonesia tulen gini*. Tapi Alhamdulillah… bahannya mudah dicari semua. Sebenernya nasinya dikukus donk, tapi karena alasan klasik gak ada kukusan di kos jadinya ya pake rice-cooker. Oia, untuk Song I Phab buatanku ini tak tambahin wortel biar seger sama cabai merah biar ada pedes-pedesnya *lidah Indonesiyah deh!*. Hohoho nasi campur Koreanya ternyata enak rasanya! Let’s peep the recipe!


Song I Phab
(Korean Mixed Rice)

Bahan:

2 cup beras (cup beras yg dari rice-cooker)
4 cup air (pokoknya jumlah airnya 2x lipat jumlah berasnya)
150 gram daging sapi, iris balok kecil
100 gram jamur merang, belah jadi dua
Daun bawang, iris tipis (aku pake dikit aja)
Minyak untuk menumis

Bumbu:
½ sdt merica bubuk
1 sdm minyak wijen
2 sdm kecap asin
Garam secukupnya (yg kira-kira bisa buat 2 cup beras itulah pokoknya)

Pelengkap:
Wijen, sangrai
Wortel, julienne (resep asli gak pake)
Cabai merah, julienne (resep asli gak pake)


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Cara membuat:
1. Tumis daging sapi dengan jamur merang. Tambahkan kecap asin, merica bubuk, garam, dan minyak wijen. Lalu daun bawang. Aduk hingga rata.
2. Masak sampai daging sapi setengah matang.
3. Masukkan beras. Aduk rata, lalu tambahkan 2 cup air.
4. Aduk terus sampai air hampir terserap habis. Angkat.
5. Masukkan ke dalam rice-cooker.
6. Tambahkan lagi 2 cup air sisa.
7. Masak deh pake rice-cooker sampe matang! (Resep asli dikukus)
8. Setelah matang campur dengan wortel dan cabai merah.
9. Lalu taburi dengan wijen sangrai. Hemm….


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About 4 years ago, I was a big fan of Korean drama entitled “FULL HOUSE” that was broadcasted on Indosiar Channel. The main character, Han Ji Eun, was told very like to eat Korean mixed rice. When I saw her acting eating the mixed rice, she was seemed that she really enjoyed her food and ate greedily until her cheeks looked were just going to be burst full with rice. I really wanted to try cooking that Korean mixed rice but I never had an opportunity until I forget it. But, a coincident meeting with my friend, Ita, at our University’s center library has arisen my curiosity to cook Korean mixed rice again. Ita is madly in love with everything about Korea that she hopes one day she will have an opportunity to go there or even work and stay for a long time there *Ita, I pray that you’ll get your Korean soul mate sooner :)*. Ita told me that her favorite Korean food is Song I Phab aka Korean mixed rice. Knowing about my passion for cooking, she encouraged me to give Song I Phab a try. I received it and thought that it was a good idea. But she didn’t give me the recipe, so I had to look for Song I Phab’s recipe by myself. Fortunately, Uncle Google was very kind to me and he brought me to www.resepkita.com – Gracias Uncle Google!

Firstly I was slightly doubt to try it and thought that Song I Phab’s ingredients will have alien’s names (Korean names which I don’t have any ideas about them at all) and are difficult to find here in my place. But lucky me, all of the ingredients were easy to find and familiar with our Indonesian ones. The original recipe doesn’t include carrot and red pepper, but I just love add them on mine.


Song I Phab
(Korean Mixed Rice)

THINGS YOU NEED

350 g rice, rinses well and drain
200 g beef, thinly-sliced or coarsely minced
2 tbsp light soy sauce
200 g button mushroom, cut into 2 (I used Jamur Merang/Merang Mushroom, I don’t know its English)
½ tsp ground white pepper
1 tsp salt
600 cc water
1 tbsp sesame oil
4 stalks green onion, thinly-sliced
2 tbsp sesame seeds, fry without oil
1 import carrot, julienne
1 red pepper, julienne
2 tbsp cooking oil

Directions:
1. Heat cooking oil in a wide pan. Sauté sliced beef, light soy sauce, button mushroom, ground white pepper, salt, sesame oil, and sliced green onion. Mix well.
2. Cook until the beef half-cooked.
3. Add rice, mix well again.
4. Pour water and cook while constantly stirred until all of the water is absorbed up.
5. Boil enough water in a steamer, and steam the stir-fry rice until it is cooked.
6. Remove from heat. Mix it with julienned carrot and red pepper.
7. Serve Song I Phab warmly in a plate and sprinkle it with oil-free fried sesame seeds.

Makes 5 servings


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