What to do with left over chicken!?!? Ahhh~ I know... hehe~ ;) I made this many times this past week to get rid of the left over chicken we had. It was really delicious that my sister-in-law wanted the recipe for... hehe~
If you need some guidance with the ingredients, you can check my Korean Cooking 101. ;)
1/2 c. sweet rice
1/2 c. plain, short grain rice
2 cans of chicken broth
1 c. water
chopped green onion
Get a bowl and wash the rice. You need equal amounts of sweet rice and plain, short grain rice (not jasmine). After washing, sit the rice in water for 2-3 hours.
In a pot, add 2 cans of chicken broth and 1 cup of water. Put the stove on high.
Drain your rice that has been soaked for 2 hours.
Once the broth is boiling, add the drained rice and chopped up carrots. Make sure you mix once in awhile with a wooden spoon so the rice and carrots won't stick to the bottom of the pan! Cook the rice for about 10-15 minutes.
While the rice is cooking, I shred the left over chicken. If you don't have left over chicken, boil a chicken breast and shred that. That will work too! :)
After 10-15 minutes of cooking the rice, add the shredded chicken. During this time, you need to mix the rice often with the wooden spoon!!! ;) The cooking time won't be long about 10 more minutes or so.
Once the rice is done, top it with dried seaweed and chopped green onion. Now you can eat with kim-chi... wheee~ :)
This past Friday I went to Chinatown with a friend and got some stuff. :X
I've been wanting to get these headbands with a tie on the bottom, but I couldn't find one I like. I finally found one I like... hehe~
I got this hair tie and would you believe it's only a $1!?!? It's so much prettier in person... hehe~ The picture doesn't do any justice.
I'm going to end with this cute pillow I got... wheee~ Unfortunately, Tobey wants to rip it apart... lol~ :X I also got some nail polishes but I'll hold that off for the next post. :D