Besides being fun to say, bibimbap, a classic Korean dish, is comforting and nutritious, incorporating whole grains, proteins and veggies into one steaming hearty dish. Bibimbap can be served hot or cold – my favorite is dolsot bibimbap, which comes served in a sizzling hot stone bowl and topped with a raw egg that cooks as you stir it into the steaming rice. The flavor of bibimbap is unmistakable and unique. It’s also easy to recreate at home.
Bibimbap is essentially a well-constructed stirfry, though a few ingredients are non-negotiable. Read More