How to Make Yu Bu Cho Bap (Tofu Wrapped Rice Balls)

Yu Bu Cho Bap is a Korean form of rolls. The inside of the roll is rice mixed with seeds and other flakes for flavor. The outside of the yu bu cho bap is fried tofu. This dish is very popular in Korea because of its ease in preparation as well as in its ease of transportation. This is how you make Yu Bu Cho Bap.

Here is the list of ingredients. You are going to need simply rice and a package of yu bu cho bap wrapper. The package of yu bu cho bap can be found in all korean markets.

The next thing you need to do is to prepare the rice. Just prepare it like you have always done because there is no specific way that you have to do rice, unlike sushi.

Once the rice is done cooking, spoon it into a large bowl and let it sit and cool down for a while so that it’s easier to handle the rice.

Once the rice has cooled down, open your package of yu bu cho bap wrapper. Although this is not usually done, I usually add the liquid that is in the package so that the rice is a bit sweeter and has more flavor. Inside the package should be a pack of flakes (sorry, but I’m not sure what these flakes are). Add those flakes to the rice and mix it well.

Once you have done that, get the rice and make medium size balls (or smaller, depending on the size of the package). Then open the yu bu cho bap wrapper, and add the rice ball in. Push the rice down once it’s in so that it doesn’t overflow.

Now you can simply relax and eat. Teach your friends and family how to make this delicious dish today.



Source by Brad P

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