Warm Kimchi Bowl with Spicy Broccoli and Sesame-Scallion Wild Rice Recipe on Food52

Weeknight Cooking

Warm Kimchi Bowl with Spicy Broccoli and Sesame-Scallion Wild Rice

August 19, 2014
8 Ratings
Photo by James Ransom
Author Notes

Here's a salty, spicy, savory bowl of bold ingredients. This dish pairs the spicy bite of kimchi with soft, hearty rice, and it's a perfect marriage. If you're looking for a new way to enjoy kimchi, let this be your first stop -- if you're vegan, make sure your kimchi is fish sauce-free. —Gena Hamshaw

  • Serves 4
Ingredients
  • For the rice:
  • 1 cup wild rice blend, dry
  • 1 3/4 cups water or vegetable broth
  • 2 teaspoons toasted sesame oil
  • 1 tablespoon tamari
  • 1 teaspoon mirin
  • 2 green onions or scallions, finely chopped
  • For the bowls:
  • 1 1/2 pounds broccoli, crowns only, chopped
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon tamari
  • 1 to 2 tablespoons Sriracha (depending on how hot you'd like the broccoli to be)
  • 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
  • 1 cup kimchi of choice (if you're vegan or vegetarian, make sure it's fish sauce-free)
  • 1/4 cup toasted sesame seeds
In This Recipe
Directions
  1. Bring the water or vegetable broth and the wild rice to a boil in a medium pot. Reduce to a simmer, with the lid of the pot halfway covering the rice. When the rice has absorbed all of the liquid (35 minutes or so), remove it from heat, fluff with a fork, and allow it to stand for ten minutes. Mix in the sesame oil, tamari, mirin, and scallions.
  2. While the rice cooks, prepare the broccoli: Preheat the oven to 425° F. Whisk together the olive oil, tamari, Sriracha, and garlic. Toss the broccoli pieces in the marinade and distribute them onto a baking sheet. Roast for 15 to 20 minutes, or until the broccoli is crispy and browning, turning the broccoli pieces halfway through.
  3. Divide the rice, broccoli, and the kimchee into four bowls. Sprinkle each bowl with a tablespoon of sesame seeds. Serve.

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Gena is a registered dietitian, recipe developer, and food blogger. She's the author of three cookbooks, including Power Plates (2017) and Food52 Vegan (2015). She enjoys cooking vegetables, making bread, and challenging herself with vegan baking projects.

    14 Reviews

    cream C. May 16, 2018
    Totally and surprisingly spectacular. Used half the olive oil and twice the Sriracha - no regrets. Put it all over soba noodles. Next time add protein like runny eggs or salmon. Worth repeating.
     
    ShaLaLa2009 January 13, 2018
    I've made this twice, adding Food52's crispy sesame-based tofu & shiitakes to the bowl. It's really delicious and easy to make. I'm going to keep making this combo and highly recommend it!
    https://food52.com/recipes/69829-crispy-sesame-baked-tofu-shiitake-mushrooms
     
    Alicia January 2, 2017
    We love this dish--perfect for a healthy and quick weeknight dinner!
     
    Cheryl December 19, 2016
    Very good! Agreed that the marinade for broccoli isn't enough. Will consider doubling next time. The wild rice could have used a little more tamari and more green onion. I look forward to my leftovers.
     
    ariane B. August 25, 2016
    made this tonight, it is soooo good.
     
    maryvelasquez February 15, 2015
    We are addicted to the spicy broccoli. We make it all the time. :)
     
    Matthew R. November 4, 2014
    I am making this right now. The only issue I have is that the marinade does not even come close to coating 1 1/2 pounds of broccoli. I tripled the quantities for the marinade. Depending on the taste, I may quadruple it next time.
     
    Matthew R. November 6, 2014
    After finally tasting it, this might be the greatest thing ever.
     
    Millie |. August 25, 2014
    This sounds amazing! i love the sound of this!

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    Minna L. August 24, 2014
    This is making my Korean soul very happy right now.
     
    Alexandra S. August 22, 2014
    This is making me drool. Love the idea of roasting the broccoli with the tamari and sriracha. Everything about it sounds so good! And we are having a cold, dreary day here in upstate new york. This looks perfect.
     
    R August 21, 2014
    You have an unfortunate typo in step 2...
     
    Kashap August 24, 2014
    For R: Please tell us, what is the 'unfortunate typo'?
     
    R August 24, 2014
    It's corrected now. Nevermind.