Pour boiling water over the atsuage to remove excess oil (optional). Wipe off the excess water with paper towels. Cut into bite-sized pieces.
Lightly drain the excess water from the kimchi.
Grease a heatproof dish with sesame oil, and arrange the Step 1 atsuage on top of it. Spread the kimchi and sesame seeds over the atsuage.
Mix the ☆ ingredients and pour over Step 3. Sprinkle cheese on top, and bake in a toaster oven for about 10 minutes at 220 W, then you're done.
Story Behind this Recipe
I listed this recipe here because it's easy and delicious.
Feel free to add more toppings to your liking. I will leave the baking time during Step 4 to you.
For those who like light flavours, use just 2 teaspoons of yakiniku sauce. You'll get a bolder flavour out of 1 tablespoon. With 1 tablespoon, however, this dish will make the perfect accompaniment to rice. The salt content differs depending on the kimchi and yakiniku sauce, so please adjust the amount accordingly.