Bibimbap is a well-known and popular Korean dish. The word translates to “mixed rice,” and it’s traditionally served as a bowl of warm rice topped with sautéed and seasoned vegetables, a raw or fried egg, beef, and gochujang, a Korean chili pepper paste. While there are several steps involved in preparing a bibimbap, it is fairly easy (and fun!) to assemble. The possibilities and variations are endless! Swap out the beef in this recipe with different veggies and/or protein.
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