This is another attempt to use up kimchi that has been fermenting in my fridge. It turned out rather delicious. To me lah hah..hah...
Things have not been so smooth for the past week. Somebody couldn't stand somebody.
Does Ah Girl look super pissed? Let me tell you the story.
For the first four days after Belle was taken in, Ah Girl was acting up. I can't blame her. Belle was all over the place. She helped herself to Ah Girl's favorite spots in the house and she even ate from Ah Girl's food bowl.
Every evening, Ah Girl refused to eat (and Belle ate up her food) and made a fuss by whining and whimpering. It was super annoying but what can I do?
So. Finally last Thursday, Ah Girl, like mafia, sent me a diabolical message.
I was freaked out but I held myself together. Chill...chill...chill... Of course I snapped at her for her impertinence. Then I calmly cleaned up and had the the bedsheet rinsed and thrown into the washing machine with loads of Dettol.
Then I went upstairs for my shower. Ah Girl was at her usual spot outside my room, sulking. I sat down next to her and petted her while telling her gently (not that she understood) that we must be more patient and altruistic towards Belle.
Then she followed me into my room. I usually do not allow her inside but that evening I made an exception. Ah Girl has been feeling dejected.
I manja-manja with her, assuring her of her place in my heart and in my home. Aiyah Girl! Mommy loves you very, very much!
That evening, it was peace and quiet. Ah Girl stopped making a fuss. It has been like that up till now. Good girl. She is more accommodating towards Belle now.
Now back to my stinky kimchi which my two cats do not appreciate.
No recipe required for this, really. Not that anybody cares. Just marinate the minced pork (or chicken) with some light soya sauce, a bit of minced ginger, sesame oil and pepper.
Heat up the wok, stir fry the minced meat until no longer pink and add kimchi and some kimchi juice for moisture. Add some gochugaru and gojuchang for color and flavor. Taste and if necessary add some light soya sauce. Stir fry till almost all the moisture has evaporated.