You say... "Roland, how can I have easy homemade kimchi and five fried eggs for lunch, in no time at all?"
|easy homemade kimchi with five fried eggs|
First, get some homemade kimchi. Now, fry up the five eggs and put them on the plate with your homemade kimchi. Let the eggs cool a little bit, but not too long, and eat it for lunch.
Homemade kimchi and five fried eggs
2 cups homemade kimchi, divided
1 lbs nitrate or nitrite free – I can't remember which is which – bacon
10 free range omega-3 eggs, divided
Fresh ground Himalayan salt
Set the homemade kimchi aside until later.
Cook the bacon in a skillet over medium high heat. When bacon fat** has fully rendered out, spoon out one tbsp bacon fat and add it to your non-stick or well seasoned cast-iron skillet. Discard the bacon and the remaining fat.
Heat your skillet and tablespoon of bacon fat over medium high heat. Add your ten cracked omega-3 free range eggs and cook to desired level of "done." Put the eggs, divided, onto two plates.
Add half of the kimchi to each plate and serve, salting with the Himalayan salt.
* Note: the recipe is for five eggs in each serving, not in total.***
** If desired, the bacon fat can be prepared in advance.
*** Recipe can be scaled to use fewer eggs, if desired. The use of more than five eggs is not recommended unless you are hungrier.