bite + sip : bibimbap

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have you ever heard of bibimbap? it’s a signature Koren dish that’s super tasty. the word literally means “mixed rice” and it’s served in a bowl with mixed veggies, your meat of choice and a fried egg on top. I had it for the first time a week or so ago at one of my favorite local spots and it’s pretty much the best thing I’ve tasted recently.

a few days ago, I set out to recreate the meal with this recipe from Bon Appétit and was not disappointed. I thought it would be super time consuming, having to create all the separate veggies, but it wasn’t too bad. I slightly altered the recipe by using Brussels spouts rather than spinach, omitted the zucchini and didn’t add any meat. {though I would have added tofu if I’d had any!} it was so good!! try it and enjoy!


5 Responses to “bite + sip : bibimbap”

  1. MFree said:

    Love Bibimbap! There is a restaurant here in LA that has a squid version. I had similar thoughts as you that it would take forever to make all the veggies so have never tried it at home. Going to try it next week now! Thanks!

  2. Katie said:

    I love bibimbap! When you ate it in the restaurant, did they serve it in one of those heavy stone bowels that stays hot for your whole meal? I think it’s part of the charm, and my husband and I are on the hunt for a set for our house – then our homemade bibimbap dreams (who knew there was such a thing?) will be complete!

    • alyson said:

      no! I actually didn’t have it at an authentic Korean restaurant. just a little bottle shop with an amazing chef! but now I’m off to hunt this magic bowl.

  3. Rachel said:

    So happy to see Bibimbap here :) Yes, it’s usually served in a black hot pot to keep everything sizzling and warm. It’s super healthy and you can also a bit of soy sauce instead of the spicy red sauce. It’s such a homey dish for any Korean. So glad you enjoyed :)