Gyeran bap is a lifesaving Korean pantry meal of fried eggs stirred into steamed white rice. On this model, the eggs fry and puff up barely in a shallow bathtub of browned butter. Soy sauce, which reduces within the pan, seasons the rice, as does a remaining smattering of salty gim, or roasted seaweed. A dribble of sesame oil lends comforting nuttiness, and runny yolks act as a makeshift sauce for the rice, slicking every grain with eggy gold. (You possibly can cook dinner the eggs to your most well-liked doneness, in fact.) This dinner-for-one will be scaled as much as serve extra: Simply double, triple or quadruple all the ingredient quantities, utilizing a bigger skillet or repeating the steps in a small one.