Ggoma Kimbap Recipe - Delicious Korean Mini Sushi Rolls

Ggoma Kimbap

Ggoma Kimbap Recipe - Delicious Korean Mini Sushi Rolls
Region / culture: Korea | Preparation time: 30 minutes | Cooking time: 0 minutes | Servings: 10 rolls


Ggoma Kimbap
Ggoma Kimbap

Milk dessert is a traditional Honduran sweet treat that is creamy, rich, and full of flavor. This dessert is perfect for satisfying your sweet tooth and is a great way to end a delicious meal.


Milk dessert has been a popular dessert in Honduras for many years. It is often served during special occasions and celebrations, as well as enjoyed as a simple and comforting treat at home.


Rice Seasoning

Spinach Seasoning

How to prepare

  1. Cool the rice slightly, then add the seasonings and mix lightly.
  2. Blanch the spinach, drain it, squeeze out any excess water, and mix it with the seasonings.
  3. Cut the carrot, radish, and sausages into strips that are 0.13 inches thick.
  4. Saute the carrot with some salt.
  5. Cut the kim in half lengthwise.
  6. Using a bamboo roller, place the kim and add the rice, leaving a quarter inch on top. Place several rice grains on the top part and press them so they act as a glue.
  7. Add the radish, spinach, sausage, and carrot.
  8. Carefully roll the ingredients together and seal it with a rice grain pressed flat to the kim.
  9. Brush with sesame oil.
  10. Quarter the roll, garnish with sesame seeds, and serve.


  • Add a splash of vanilla extract for extra flavor.
  • Top with a sprinkle of ground cinnamon or nutmeg before serving.
  • Stir in some raisins or chopped nuts for added texture.

Cooking Tips & Tricks

Be sure to stir the mixture constantly while cooking to prevent it from sticking to the bottom of the pan.

- Adjust the amount of sugar to your taste preference. You can add more or less depending on how sweet you like your dessert.

- For a richer flavor, you can use whole milk instead of low-fat milk.

Serving Suggestions

Serve milk dessert warm or cold, either on its own or with slices of pound cake or fresh fruit.

Cooking Techniques

Be sure to cook the mixture over medium heat to prevent it from burning.

- Stir constantly to ensure a smooth and creamy texture.

Ingredient Substitutions

You can use almond extract instead of ground almonds for a stronger almond flavor.

- Substitute the sugar with honey or maple syrup for a different sweetness.

Make Ahead Tips

Milk dessert can be made ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. Simply reheat before serving.

Presentation Ideas

Serve milk dessert in individual ramekins or small bowls for a beautiful presentation. Garnish with a sprinkle of cinnamon or a dollop of whipped cream.

Pairing Recommendations

Milk dessert pairs well with a cup of coffee or tea for a delightful afternoon treat.

Storage and Reheating Instructions

Store leftover milk dessert in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Reheat in the microwave or on the stovetop before serving.

Nutrition Information

Calories per serving

Each serving of milk dessert contains approximately 200 calories.


Each serving of milk dessert contains approximately 30 grams of carbohydrates.


Each serving of milk dessert contains approximately 8 grams of fats.


Each serving of milk dessert contains approximately 5 grams of proteins.

Vitamins and minerals

Milk dessert is a good source of calcium, vitamin E, and magnesium.


Milk dessert contains dairy and nuts (almonds).


Milk dessert is a delicious and creamy dessert that is rich in carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. It is also a good source of vitamins and minerals, making it a satisfying and nutritious treat.


Milk dessert is a classic Honduran sweet treat that is creamy, rich, and full of flavor. This simple and delicious dessert is perfect for any occasion and is sure to be a hit with your family and friends. Enjoy!

How did I get this recipe?

The first time I saw this recipe, I knew it was something I had to make. It was a warm summer day, and I was visiting my friend in South Korea. She invited me over for lunch, and when I arrived, she had a beautiful spread of food laid out on the table. Among the dishes was a plate of Ggoma Kimbap - small bite-sized rolls of rice and vegetables wrapped in seaweed. I had never seen anything like it before, and I was immediately intrigued.

My friend, Eunji, explained to me that Ggoma Kimbap is a popular snack in Korea, often enjoyed as a light meal or a quick bite on the go. She showed me how to make it, and I was amazed at how simple and delicious it was. The rice was seasoned with a mixture of sesame oil, soy sauce, and sugar, giving it a savory and slightly sweet flavor. The vegetables added a fresh crunch, and the seaweed added a hint of saltiness.

After that day, I couldn't stop thinking about Ggoma Kimbap. I asked Eunji for the recipe, and she graciously shared it with me. I made it for my family back home, and they loved it just as much as I did. From that moment on, Ggoma Kimbap became a staple in my cooking repertoire.

Over the years, I have made Ggoma Kimbap countless times, each time adding my own twist to the recipe. Sometimes I would add pickled radish for an extra burst of flavor, or swap out the traditional carrots for cucumbers for a refreshing twist. I even experimented with different types of rice, trying brown rice for a healthier version or using sushi rice for a stickier texture.

As I made Ggoma Kimbap for my family and friends, they would always ask me where I learned to make it. I would smile and tell them about that fateful day in South Korea when I first tasted this delicious snack. I would share the story of how Eunji taught me how to make it, and how it quickly became a favorite in my kitchen.

One day, my granddaughter came to visit me, and she saw me making Ggoma Kimbap in the kitchen. She asked me what I was making, and I told her all about the recipe and how I learned to make it. She was fascinated by the story and asked if she could help me make it.

I smiled and nodded, happy to pass down this beloved recipe to the next generation. As my granddaughter helped me roll the rice and vegetables into bite-sized pieces, I shared with her the memories of that day in South Korea and how the flavors of Ggoma Kimbap had stayed with me ever since.

When the Ggoma Kimbap was ready, we sat down together at the table and enjoyed our creation. As we savored each bite, I couldn't help but feel grateful for the journey that had brought this recipe into my life. It was a reminder of the power of food to connect us to different cultures and to create lasting memories.

I knew that Ggoma Kimbap would always hold a special place in my heart, not just for its delicious taste, but for the story behind it. And as I watched my granddaughter take another bite, I knew that this recipe would continue to be shared and cherished for generations to come.


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