When the spinach is wilted, drain well, squeeze out, and cut into pieces.
Combine the chicken soup stock, salt, and water.
Heat the sesame oil in a frying pan, add the spinach and combined mixture from Step 3, and stir fry. Push the spinach to one side of the pan, add the beaten eggs to the open side and cook it quickly.
When the egg is soft set, mix it together with the spinach. Add the sesame seeds at the end to finish.
The egg is fluffy and delicious!
Story Behind this Recipe
When I made spinach namul for my boyfriend's bento, he said "If you add an egg to this, it would be the same as a dish my mother used to make", so - I tried it out.
If you want to freeze this, freeze the spinach right before you add the eggs. Defrost when you need it, and continue with the egg step. The egg will be fluffy and delicious that way! You could also make the whole dish and freeze it if you like.