Kimchi made with green onion is one of the popular kind during the spring season in Korea. Green onion, aka spring onion, is abundant anywhere and they are very inexpensive to make kimchi with. I found a large bunch of beautiful spring green onion at the store and I knew I had to make kimchi. I had some dried pollock fish so I added to the kimchi. Therefore here comes “green onion pollock kimchi” !!!
Look for spring green onion that are not so thick. Spring onion should be tender and has mild onion taste. If you find a bunch that are not cleaned, all you need to do is to remove the dirt layer at the root part and cut it off. It doesn’t take that long to clean them.
For the pollock, you can find dried and shredded pollock in the package at most Korean groceries. They can be a little costly but addition of pollock brings really nice flavor to the kimchi. If you can’t find them, or don’t want any seafood flavor in the kimchi, you can omit and add more green onion to the recipe.