New Series: Cooking with Shin shows you how to make your favorite drama foods
Have you ever watched a drama and marveled at the delicious food on screen? Don't you wish you could make your own? That's the concept behind Cooking with Shin, a new original series from DramaFever. Your host is a professional chef and instructor, who will guide you through the wonderful world of food inspired by your favorite dramas. First up, a simple but sophisticated recipe inspired by Heirs.
Watch the first episode of Cooking with Shin, and use the recipe below to make your own Red Bean Rice. We hope you enjoy this series, and we look forward to bringing you more episodes soon. Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
Red Bean Rice on Stovetop (팥밥)
Created by Shin Kim
Yields: 2~3 Servings
1 Cup Short or medium grain white rice (a.k.a., sushi rice)
2 ½ Cups Water
¼ Cup Dried red beans
½ teaspoon Neutral-tasting oil such as canola or sunflower seed oil
1. Add dried red beans in a pot along with ½ cup of water. Bring it up to a boil, then
drain. Discard water.
2. Add 1 cup of new water, red beans and salt, and bring it up to a boil over high heat.
Reduce heat to simmer and cook until all beans are about to pop open. Skim off
foams on the surface. Remove from heat.
3. While the red bean is cooking, rinse rice in cold water then drain. Add 1 Cups of
water and soak for 30 minutes to an hour, until rice grains turn opaque all around.
4. Grease the bottom of a clean pot with oil by wiping with a piece of paper towel.
5. Drain rice from soaking water. Add rice to the pot. Add red beans with its cooking
water. The water should barely cover the beans laid out on top of rice.
6. Cover with a lid. Cook over medium-low heat until you smell warm, toasty rice,
about 20-30 minutes.
7. Turn off heat and let it rest, covered, for 10 minutes.
8. Uncover and fluff up the rice all around with a wet rice paddle or a wet wooden
For more from Shin, check out her site here.