Yube Chobap is a Korean styled Japanese food. Korea and Japan are very close in distance and there were various relationships with each other throughout history. As a result, there are some food ideas that Korea and Japan borrowed from each other, such as Korean styled chap-ssal tteok (mochi) that was originally from Japan. Another example is Japanese styled kimoochi (kimchi) that was originally from Korea. Anyway, when I was little, I’ve never saw anybody eating yubu chobap or other kinds of sushi, then at some point, people started to eat sushi and it became popular in Korea. Since the preparation for this dish is easy, people often make this for picnics (along with Kimbap) or for a party. The rice tastes similar to the rice for sushi, which has a sweet and sour flavor. You can make everything from scratch, but there are some companies that sell a ready-made pack. All you need to do is cook the rice, some vegetables (if you want extra vegetables), and that pack. So today, I’m going to show you how to use that package. Depending on your taste, you can add chopped burdock root or any other kinds of vegetables that you like. I tried different kinds of sweet peppers for this recipe, and I enjoyed eating this. If you like sushi, you might like this dish.
Yield: 16 Pieces