Jeonbokjuk (Abalone porridge or Rice Porridge with Abalone). Jeonbokjuk is one of the varieties of Korean porridge which is made with abalone and white rice. Jeonbokjuk is known as not only a delicacy, but also as a nutritional supplement and digestive aid, especially for ill patients or elderly people. It is a highly nutritious dish which is usually recommended for convalescents. In addition to the sliced abalone and rice, a beaten egg and soy and sesame seasonings may be added before serving. Seafood and rice are also the components of Yacheguljuk. Parboiled, seasonal vegetables and oysters are added to the rice gruel to form a rice tasty dish.

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