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Stove top Kimchi Casserole

In a deep pot

1 TBSP of olive oil

2 cups of Sunja’s Kimchi

1 small onion sliced

Stir on medium heat for 2 minutes.

Add one package of tofu (cube it)

Add 1 – 2 cups of your favorite broth.

(Optional – you can add a can of Salmon; tuna fish; or mackeral if you would like)

Bring to a gentle boil with lid on; cook for 12 to 15 minutes.

Serve with rice and enjoy this nice and spicy dish.

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Kimchi Salsa

Diced Sunja’s Kimchi ( not to fine)

Drain the juice

Diced jalapeno peppers and chopped onion

Serve on pita bread or a bold cracker; perhaps with your favorite cheese on the side.

A unique style of salsa

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Sunja’s Kimchi & Eggs

For Breakfast

a) Prepare two eggs over easy

Serve the kimchi with avocado on the side and toast or bagel!

b) Prepare scrambled eggs

Mix sunja’s Kimchi diced and serve with Ham or Bacon on the side or chopped and mixed in.

Add an English Muffin and you are good to go.

c) Eggs Benedict

Prepare your egg and Canadian bacon and English Muffin.

Layer the bacon; then Sunja’s Kimchi without juice; then your egg; and then the sauce of your choice.

Serve with fresh fruit and nice coffe …. so good!

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Sunja’s Kimchi Salad




Black Olives

Peel and quarter a ripe avocado; peel and quarter a fresh tomato; arrange around a good heaping fork full of Sunja’s Kimchi; add white onion slices and black olives.

It’s a nice fresh, crisp and healthy salad.

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Kimchi Fried Rice

Prepare your favorite rice and add black beans and lentils if you prefer.

Dice one cup of Sunja’s Kinchi don’t drain the juice.

Have one cup of bone broth or vegetable broth ready along with some sesame oil, sesame seeds, soy sauce, and pepper.

Take your fry pan and once hot, add a tablespoon of olive oil to the pan.

Add your prepared rice and beans, your broth, your chopped Kimchi and juice, add a tablespoon of sesame oil, a tablespoon of soy sauce, add sesame seeds and, if you prefer add some frozen peas to the mix.

Mix well and heat thoroughly for probably two minutes.

Make sure to keep mixing as it heats.

You can add more soy sauce depending on your preference.

Serve by itself or as a nice complete side dish for your beef, chicken, fish or pork entrée.

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Sunja’s Kimchi Pancakes

1 cup gluten free flour

1 cup shredded potatoes

1 cup diced Kimchi ( save the juice)

1 cup bone broth or vegetable broth

Salt and pepper

Mix ingredients in a batter, cook like a pancake in olive oil or canola oil until golden brown.

Serve and enjoy.

Note: Include the Kimchi juice in the batter, you can add corn into the batter if you would like.