Prepare rice according to package directions. Fluff with fork.
In small bowl, whisk together chili paste, soy sauce, vinegar, sesame oil, ginger and chili flakes. Toss with rice until well coated.
Divide rice mixture evenly among serving bowls. Top each serving with shredded carrots, green onion and soft-boiled egg. Sprinkle with sesame seeds (if using).
For added protein, top with grilled tofu, shrimp, or fried eggs.
An essential pantry staple, rice can be used as a hearty base of many different dishes. The new Mahatma® Fluffy Rice™ takes the guesswork out of cooking rice and leaves you with fluffy rice grains every time! In only 15-20 minutes you will have perfect, fluffy and clump free rice – ideal for busy people or budding chefs.
Rice is a fundamental ingredient in many cultures around the world. In Asia, it is one of the main key foods and where almost 90% of the world’s rice is eaten. Becoming more and more popular throughout the world, there are now thousands of different recipes using rice as a major ingredient.
Discover new cultures by trying their cuisines – let’s head to Korea! Famous for their hot and spicy food laden with flavor, the Korean cuisine is a fun one to taste test and explore. With some of their most famous dishes including Kimchi (spicy fermented cabbage), Bibimbap (a flavorsome rice dish – try Stella n Spice’s Bibimbap recipe), Bulgogi (Korean beef barbecue), Jjigae (spicy stew) and Korean style fried chicken, once you get a taste of Korean cuisine you’ll definitely leave wanting more!
Continue your tour of the globe with your taste buds by preparing our Cuban Black Bean Rice also using the Mahatma® Fluffy Rice™.
A Korean household staple and a popular choice for any meat lovers – add Korean style marinated beef to elevate your Spicy Korean Rice. Bulgogi (the Korean name for the marinated beef) is to Korea what pizza and pasta is to Italy: a key meal in every household, found in every Korean’s repertoire and deeply ingrained in their culture.
The fundamental ingredients for bulgogi are the thinly sliced beef meat; ribeye being a popular cut used, and the marinating sauce. Pop to your local Asian market to pick up a jar of ready to use sauce, or have a go at home making your own by mixing soy sauce, sugar, garlic, green onion and sesame oil. Easy and delicious, surprise your family and friends with this tasty dish.
Shrimp, chicken or pork could also substituted for beef to be sources of protein added to this dish. And for vegetarians, crispy fried tofu marinated in the same bulgogi sauce as above would be the perfect addition.