1. Mandu cup pizza
Purchase wonton wrappers, pizza cheese, spaghetti sauce, vegetables, ham and corn. First, put the wonton wrappers in a muffin pan. Next, fry the vegetables, ham, and corn. Mix these together with the spaghetti sauce. Put the mixed ingredients in the wonton wrappers and sprinkle pizza cheese over them. Heat the oven to 180 and bake for 15-20 minutes. This is easy to make when you are hungry at night, and it is a good snack for children.
2. Roasted eggs using a rice cooker
Prepare eggs, water, salt and vinegar (you can use soju instead of vinegar). Put the eggs in the water with vinegar for 5 minutes because eggs can easily burst in a rice cooker. Then soak the eggs in cool water for 10 minutes. Next, put the eggs and some water in a rice cooker, and add salt. Push the start button. Roasted eggs are much better than boiled eggs. Moreover, roasted eggs have less calories than boiled eggs.
Do you worry about calories? Then try a tuna tofu steak.
Prepare some tuna, tofu, mushrooms, onions, pepper and salt. First, drain the water and oil from the tofu and tuna. Chop up the mushrooms and onions. Next, mash the tofu and tuna together and mix in the mushrooms and onions. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Spoon onto a pan and bake it in an oven. This meal has just 200 calories. It is light and simple, and good for diets.
4. Kimchi and bacon rolls
This recipe is very simple, and perfect for late nights. Purchase some bacon, rice, sesame oil and sesame seeds. First, mix the rice and sesame oil together, and sprinkle sesame seeds over it. Second, wash the kimchi under water and dry it. Third, unfold the kimchi leaves, put the mixed rice on it and roll it. Then roll bacon around that. Finally, fry in a pan without oil.
Besides these recipes, there are many other late night recipes in books or on the internet. Try new foods other than chicken or pizza.
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