Hobby Hill Farm - Living the Good Life Call us at : 804-598-6095

Everyday Kimchi Recipe

March 21, 2018

Looking for a quick & easy Kimchi Recipe?  This Everyday Kimchi has been a hit in my Beginner Fermentation classes.  Give it a try!

2 Lbs Napa Cabbage

5 Tablespoons Salt

Filtered Water

1 ½ tablespoon rice flour

½ pound daikon

1 inch of ginger

4 cloves garlic, peeled

1 tablespoon red pepper flakes

½ cup gochugaru paste

1 tablespoons fish sauce

Brined Shrimp Paste

5 stem Chinese chives or scallions

Soak Napa Cabbage in filtered water and salt for 12 hours. Drain and pat dry. Make rice flour paste with rice flour and ¾ c. water. Cut daikon in match stick pieces. Chop unpeeled ginger, onion, garlic and place in ninja with red pepper flakes, gochugaru Fish sauce and cooled rice paste. Chop chives or onions and add to the cabbage and daikon pieces. Put on gloves and work the paste into the vegetables to cover. Then pack into containers. Allow to ferment at room temperature for 3-7 days and then place into the refrigerator.






Also in From The Kitchen

Templates for Eclairs & Profiteroles

August 21, 2018

Click here to find our Templates that we use to make Eclairs and Profiteroles.  Make your life easy by downloading these pages and laminating them.  We guarantee that you will find that your Pate' Choux items are uniform and consistent.

View full article →

Roasted Red Pepper & Goat Cheese Tart

August 05, 2018

When you own your own bakery-cafe you have to be able to think fast.  Our customers are looking for something new, something different and most importantly something Delicious!  This past week a friend of a friend shared a recipe for a Goat Cheese Tart via her blog Celebrate Creativity.

View full article →

Here Come The Girl Scouts

July 04, 2018

Girls Scouts Rock! This past week we were thrilled to host a Pizza Party for an Amelia County Girl Scout Troop.  The GIRLS (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk Taker, Leader) showed up expecting a class on how to make pizza from scratch. 

View full article →