When all vegetables are prepared and ready to use, the platter looks pretty delicious! Posted on Sunday, January 6th, at Last updated on April 17, I used this recipe, it was delicious! I left out some side dishes cuz they were no available to me at the time, but all in all it turned out wonderful. See full size image.
Eating with 2 spoons means you are sharing with someone! I do it too When I want to make it quickly I do it this way. All I need is some spoons! I tried this recipe, and it was delicious! Thank you for posting it! I love your web site and recipes!
Maangchi, first of all, Hello, love your recipes, been a long time fan, just wanted to say, this was recipe for bibimbap was great! First of all, you made a stunning looking bibimbap! You even used raw beef, which will cook a little bit when you mix with the hot rice underneath. Made bibimbap for dinner with friends. I also made algamja-jorim and bought two other banchan.
You introduced me to amazing Korean food, gave me courage to go into a local Korean market, and to order from their Cafe, which is very traditional. I think about ordering from them everyday, but limit myself to once a week. Today I finally prepared my very own bibimpap and I even turned it into food prep for the upcoming week!
All I need is to add a fried egg and a scoop of gochugaru and my lunch is ready! I made another batch for my husband and for my younger sister today.. I just made my bibimbap a while ago and found it very delicious! I prepare this so that my husband have a delicious and healthy lunch today,i partner this one with our favorite kimchi and dumplings all that i watch in your recipes here..
I hope someday i can meet you in Korea or here in the Philippines!! Your bibimbap preparation looks awesome. Someday if you find gosari or doraji, include it and you and your family will really love that, too. I made my first Bibimbap for dinner on Easter Sunday. My husband was pleasantly surprised how delicious it turned out!
A delicious labor of love. Welcome to my frontier! Bibimbap is a popular Korean dish. It looks quite beautiful and complicated. That way you can just heat everything up and have it ready in a flash. It can also easily be made gluten-free by using tamari or coconut aminos instead of soy sauce. Note that, though traditional gochujang, kimchi, and mirin are naturally gluten-free, some commercial versions may have added wheat. So check the ingredients if you need to avoid gluten.
Slice a few green onions, mince some garlic, and toast some sesame seeds. Have these at the ready. Next, you want to get your meat marinating. The longer you let it sit, the more flavorful the meat will be. Make sure to slice your beef VERY thinly, and against the grain if you can I have the hardest time telling which way the grain is going on a piece of meat!
You can sometimes find pre-sliced beef at the grocery store, or you can even ask the butcher to slice the meat for you. Just make sure to specify that you want it VERY thin. I have used both sirloin steak and NY strip steak. Both were good, but of course the NY strip steak was amazing. Next, get your rice going.
For a more authentic Korean vibe, use short grain rice. Make sure to rinse your rice well before cooking. Refer to my post on how to cook rice without a rice cooker for more tips on getting perfect rice. Bring a pot of water to a boil. Add the spinach and cook for only about half a minute. Strain, run under cold water, and squeeze out all of the excess water. Lay it out flat on a plate, and generously sprinkle it with salt. Let it sit for about 10—15 minutes. When you come back, the zucchini will be sweating drops of water.
Squeeze the zucchini to get as much water out as you can.
Start with the zucchini, then the mushrooms, and do the carrots last. Carrots have a lot of color, and they will turn everything in the pan orange if you cook them first. Lastly, cook the beef. Finally, make the bibimbap sauce. Mix together some gochujang, sugar I have also used maple syrup, which makes the sauce thinner , toasted sesame oil, and soy sauce.
To assemble, place a good amount of rice in a bowl. I like to put the sauce down first before the other toppings so it soaks into the rice, but you can wait until the end if you prefer. Arrange the vegetables around the egg. For the prettiest presentation, make sure that side dishes of the same color are not touching each other.
For example, I did brown mushrooms, green zucchini, orange carrots, then brown beef, green spinach, orange kimchi. Look in the produce section near other Asian ingredients. This is the part where I get overly excited. Do you know how difficult it was not to shove my face into this while I was photographing it?
It was a toss-up for me whether to list the ingredients singly, or multiple times for each side dish. Now go forth and conquer bibimbap! Bonus points if you enjoy it while watching the Olympics.
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February 18, 0. My name is Erica and I was born and raised in northern Minnesota. I've enjoyed being in the kitchen as far back as I can remember. I was so happy when my mom let me wash dishes for the first time when I was about 5 I just wish I was still as enthusiastic. I was so proud to be allowed to knead bread dough when I was 8. And my mom would let me concoct my own recipes for deviled eggs, no supervision. When I was about 16, I became very interested in the nutritional aspect of food.
I began experimenting with adapting recipes to make them healthier. After several failures, I was able to make meals and treats that my family loved. I wanted to share my successes with the world, and so I started my very first recipe blog.
I have been blogging about my love for food ever since! Some random facts about me: Foods that gross me out: I broke my leg in a horse riding accident when I was 9. My favorite guilty pleasure late-night snack is cold cereal with loads of cream.
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And finally, I was homeschooled for all of my education, and I loved it! Tasty Kitchen Lodge Tours! But first, a little background on what bibimbap is.