Kimchee and Pork Fried Rice

Today’s Community Kitchen cooking class was led by Wonnie. Although Wonnie is a quiet and unassuming person but she led the class well today.

Wonnie made two dishes today. The first dish is Tofu pudding. I had featured the Tofu Pudding recipe in my blog sometime ago and so I would not describe Wonnie’s recipe. Click here for the tofu pudding recipe.

Now, the second dish that Wonnie made was Kimchee and Pork Fried Rice.


The Kimchee and Pork Fried Rice is very appetizing with a mild tanginess and spiciness from the kimchee. We all enjoyed it very much.


  • 4 cups cooked rice, preferably overnight rice
  • 100g kimchee, shredded
  • 100g minced pork
  • 1 tablespoon minced garlic
  • dried seaweed shreds


  • 2 teaspoon soy sauce
  • 1/2 teaspoon sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon corn starch
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • 1 tablespoon oil




IMG_5183_edited-1Marinate the minced pork with the marinate ingredients.
IMG_5184_edited-1Heat a work with 2 tablespoons of oil until very hot. Saute the minced garlic until fragrant.

Stir fry the minced pork until 70% doneness.

IMG_5186_edited-1Add in the cooked rice and stir fry well.
IMG_5188_edited-1Add in the kimchee and stir fry until well mixed.

Place rice on a platter and sprinkle dried seaweed shreds on the rice before serving.

The Kimchee and Pork Fried Rice is so simple to make and I’m sure my family will like this dish. Wonnie told us that her son can eat 3 big bowls of the Kimchee and Pork Fried Rice everytime she made it for her family.

Here are the Tofu Pudding photos:

The key factor in making the Tofu Pudding is the vigorous pouring of the boiled Soy Milk into the container with the gypsum powder/constarch mixture.


You need a large flat spoon to scoop up the Tofu Pudding gently.


Enjoy the silky smooth Tofu Pudding with some brown sugar.


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  1. Rosa

    You know my addiction to fried rice! Looks good. I need to catch up on all your goodies now that I’m back!!

  2. ali mignon anate

    good and very delicious, i think so…

  3. Nikki

    Hi! Where can i get gypsum powder in richmond or vancouver or burnaby? Thanks

    1. Suanne

      Hi Nikki, you can get gypsum powder from Chinese herbal stores. I got mine from Great One Supermarket.

      1. Crispy Lechon

        Hi Suanne, I was studying your recipe for tofu-fa and in it you used 1 litre soya milk. Is it just a matter of doubling the amount of gypsum powder and cornstarch if I want to use 2 litres soya milk?

        1. Suanne

          Hi Crispy Lechon, I have never try doing 2 litre at once. I guess, doubling the ingredients should work. Please let us know the result if you do attempt to do that. It will be handy for other readers who want to try that later. Thanks in advance.

          1. Crispy Lechon

            Hi Suanne, I finally tried making tofu-fa tonight. I was able to buy the gypsum powder from The Great One supermarket on Park Road. I did use a 2 litre unsweetened soya milk. I was so afraid to burn it when heating it up so I used a crockpot to heat it to simmering. As for the gypsum powder and cornstarch, I used 2 teaspoons each of gypsum powder and cornstarch. I mixed it with 2 teaspoons of really hot water. As with your instructions, I dissolved the gypsum powder first then the cornstarch. You have to do this just before the pour step, otherwise the mixture will harden. Anyhow, it did work. It coagulated nicely. Thanks for the instructions. I think if I do this again, I will just use 1 litre soya milk. Its kinda hard and dangerous to do a quick pour of 2 litre almost boiling soya milk.

          2. Suanne

            Hi Crispy Lechon, thank you for sharing your experience.

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