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Red Kidney Beans Rice Korean Style

red kidney beans rice recipe

For making red kidney beans rice, you will need;

red kidney bean rice Korean style

  • Red kidney beans – 1 cup
  • Korean short grained rice – 1 + ¼ cup (I didn’t have enough Korean rice, so I mixed some Thai rice in it, but Korean short grained rice is recommended for this recipe)
  • Dry kelp – ½ cup
  • Water – 3 + ¼ cups
  • Sesame oil – 2 tsp (Optional)
  • Black sesame seeds – 1 tsp (Optional)
  • Salt to taste

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How to make Red Bean Rice?

how to make red bean rice

  • Put kelp in water and bring it to boil. When water starts boiling, reduce the heat to low and allow it to simmer for 10 minutes. Switch off the heat and strain the water. Now we will use this stock for cooking rice and beans.
  • Soak red kidney beans in enough water for couple of hours or even more if you have time. This step is optional but soaking beans is a great time saver. If you don’t have a time to soak, just wash them thoroughly and pressure cook until 5-6 whistles. Since I soaked my red kidney beans, It didn’t take long time to cook.
  • In a pressure cooker or rice cooker, add soaked beans along with 1 cup of stock (which we made before) and salt to taste. Cook until 2 whistles (If beans are soaked). Otherwise you need to cook them little more.
  • Till the time rinse the rice well and drain all the water. Once the pressure goes away, add rice and remaining 2 cups of stock.
  • Cook until 2 whistles. Wait till pressure goes off naturally.
  • For the more flavour, you may add little sesame oil and roasted sesame seeds.

red bean rice recipe korean

  • Serve this rice hot with any Korean side dish. I served it with dry anchovies stir fry and cucumber kimchi. Enjoy! :)

red beans rice recipe korean
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  • Robin

    Hi Poonam! I found your site while looking for red bean recipes and I just had to write to tell you how much I enjoyed this dish (as did my friends). Thank you so much for sharing. You made some tummy’s very happy. Thanks again from the U.S. (>^_^)> – Robin

  • MaRecipes

    My version of Korean Red Bean Rice: Korean Red Bean Rice. I use adzuki beans instead of kidney beans.