Posted by Admin - February 27th, 2014

Culinary explorer Amir Landsman enjoys all forms of Korean cuisine, including the many varieties of kimbap. Kimbap, a popular choice for packed lunches and picnics, consists of white rice, vegetables and other ingredients wrapped in seaweed and served in slices from a long roll. The dish is seasoned with sesame oil and is prized for its savory appeal and its easy portability. Pickled fish, julienned or minced vegetables, baby octopus and imitation crab meat are popular fillings. Almost any available ingredient can be incorporated into kimbap rolls. Once the kimbap has been assembled, it is usually sliced into bite-sized pieces and served with noodles, sauces and other side dishes to create a delicious and attractive meal.