🍳 145 min
🔥 172 cal
✍️ by Taisiia Dobrozorova
There is no single recipe for kimchi, as it depends on what dishes the sauce will be used with in the future. The only ingredient present in all variations of the sauce is gochugaru. Make a perfect addition to any grain dish for lunch and dinner with refreshing cucumber kimchi! By cooking this yummy recipe, you boost your immune system, aid digestion, and regulate blood sugar. Isn't it worth adding this dish to your waiting to-cook list?
5 g (1 tsp)
40 g (0.3 cup)
40 g (1 pieces)
10 g (½ cup)
Red pepper powder
2 g (1 tsp)
3 g (1 tsp)
25 g (0.3 pieces)
3 g (¼ tbsp)
200 g (2 pieces)
Salt, Sesame seeds
Please follow the next steps:
Cut the cucumbers crosswise into halves. Then sprinkle salt all over the cucumber pieces. Let them "rest" for about 25 minutes.
Thinly slice the onion and carrots.
Then mince garlic with ginger.
Grate lime zest. Chop fresh basil.
Drain the cucumbers well to remove all water left.
Toss the cucumbers with all ingredients in a large bowl, adding gochugaru. Let it stand for 2 hours at room temperature.
Season the kimchi with red pepper powder, soy sauce or sesame oil, and sesame seeds. Serve with joy and love!
Kimchi is a probiotic containing lactobacilli. This bacteria is good for digestion because it improves digestion and lowers cholesterol levels in the organism.
Seasoning dishes with red chili powder primarily makes you lose weight by making you eat less.
Use spray cooking oil when you fry food. This will help you to use less oil for cooking.
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