Join chef Susan Kim as she makes gyeran mari, a Korean rolled-egg omelet. Susan sells Korean to-go lunch boxes filled with beautifully prepared vegetables and various banchan, or small side dishes, through her NYC-based pop-up Eat Doshi. We were so enamored of these beautiful doshirak that we asked Kim to teach us how to recreate a home-cooked version that includes these savory rolled-egg omelet slices filled with toasted seaweed snacks and a secret ingredient: Parm shavings. They’re equally good enjoyed on their own as a little snack, as a side dish to a larger meal, or sliced and served with a bowl of rice. Kim uses sheets of toasted seaweed snacks from brands like Seasnax or gimMe, which come pre-seasoned with sesame oil and salt.
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Susan Makes a Korean Omelet (Gyeran Mari) | From the Home Kitchen | Bon Appétit