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Ever since I decided to have a scheduled time frame that is “Every Monday’s and Friday’s” of when to be sharing new posts, you guys have been giving me so much love and recipe ideas especially on Instagram. Hugs and Kisses to you guys. We start this post with some of your ideas, and Yes, I do respond to your DMs.

Inspired by street food. Something simple, with readily available ingredients at both yours and I,’s local grocery stores, and guess what, it’s under 20 mins. Y’all are gonna go crazy about this.

Koreans and their vegetables are just inseparable, it’s like Luhyia’s and their chicken or Kalenjins {myself} and Mursik, I mean you get the gist. They cannot miss veggies in all their meals. Maybe I should definitely pick up on this habit too. #HealthyGoalsInTheMaking.

Shall we get started?

Making “Street Toast – Korean Style”

Prep time: 5 mins  Cook time: 10 mins  Total time: 15 mins

Serves – 2 pax.


  • 28 g of thinly sliced cabbage
  • 28 g of thinly sliced carrots
  • 28 g of thinly sliced onions
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 teaspoon of sugar
  • Sliced tomatoes – OPTIONAL
  • 2 slices of white bread
  • 2 Slices of any type of ham
  • 2 slices of cheese
  • 4 slices of garlic flavored salami – OPTIONAL

Spices, oils & dressings:

  • Salt
  • Black pepper
  • Mayonnaise OR a salad dressing
  • Ketchup
  • Butter


Step 1: Prep the bread:

Butter the bread slices on both sides of each bread. In a pan over medium heat,  toast the slices on both sides until golden brown, 1 to 2 mins each side. Set them aside once cooked.

Step 2: OPTIONAL – Prep the onions.

I don’t really like the taste of raw onions in my mouth, so I decided to brown them on the same pan to slightly crisp texture. Let them cool for 30 secs.

Step 3: Mix everything together.

In a bowl, add the raw veggies + eggs + browned onions + the spices. Using the same pan {NO NEED TO WASH IT}, cook the egg mixture. Before the flip, since the egg is heavy in texture, I decided to cut it into two for easy flipping. Allow the egg to cook for another 2 mins, then switch off heat.

Step 4: Assembling the toast.

On the bottom toasted bread, – Sprinkle some sugar. Yes, you heard that right. The sugar is basically the KEY INGREDIENT to the Korean street toast. Honey!! you and I are in the same boat with this one. Place one slice of the warm cooked egg, sprinkle some sugar and Continue to assemble the other ingredients to your preference. Right before you seal everything with the other toasted slice, add the dressing – ketchup and the salad dressing on top. Cover with the other slice.

Step 5:  Serve. 

It’s a serious mountain of a sandwich. Slice into two and enjoy. I had this last night for dinner and it felt like another version of a burger. With so many flavors both savory and sweet it’s the perfect meal to have any time of the day.

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…and as always Bon appetite and Enjoy.

Acres & Acres of Love.


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