Top Rated Bibimbap Recipes

Bibigo’s mission is to introduce the delicious and nutritious Korean food culture to the rest of the world. Bibigo gets its name from a mash-up of Korean bi-bi-da (“to mix”) and English “to-go,” reflecting both its food and social characteristics. Their traditional Bibimbap recipe allows everyone to conveniently bring authentic Korean flavors into their own home. Just add your favorite protein and veggies, and you have the perfect meal in a few steps!
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Bibigo’s mission is to introduce the delicious and nutritious Korean food culture to the rest of the world. Bibigo gets its name from a mash-up of Korean bi-bi-da (“to mix”) and English “to-go,” reflecting both its food and social characteristics. Its Traditional Bibimbap recipe allows people to conveniently bring authentic Korean flavors into their own home. Just add your favorite protein and vegetables, and you have the perfect meal in a few steps!Substitute the bulgogi and/or dried shitake mushrooms with your favorite choice of protein and vegetables to personalize each bowl of bibimbap.This recipe is provided by Bibigo.
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Boiled Gosari (Fern Brake)
Bibimbap is a large bowl of rice topped with an array of individually prepared vegetables and beef, served with seasoned red pepper paste (gochujang). “Bibim” means mixing, and “bap” means rice. The mixing usually happens at the table right before eating. Bibimbap served in a sizzling hot stone bowl is very popular at Korean restaurants and is my absolute favorite. The hot stone bowl gives the bottom layer of rice a nice golden crust, and the rest of the food sizzles while being mixed. At home, we sometimes make bibimbap using side dishes left over from previous meals. It's that versatile! This recipe looks long, but it is actually a collection of several side dish (banchan) recipes that are very simple to make. Even if you are not making bibimbap, you can use any of them to make small side dishes as well. For my bibimbap, I used seven toppings, but any three or four of these will make a delightful dish.
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The components of this dish are stitched together with a sweet and spicy sauce made simply of water, sugar, and gochujang, the Korean fermented chile-soybean paste. Says Anita of the dark maroon condiment, "It’s one of the basics of Korean cooking. In the old days every Korean house had three pots in their backyard. One for the gochujang, one for the doenjang [fermented bean paste], and one for the soy sauce." Used widely in Korean cooking to marinate meats and flavor stews, gochujang can be purchased in Asian specialty stores including the national Korean chain, H Mart. 
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Jen Lee
Bibimbap (BEE-beem-bop): One of the most popular dishes in Korean cuisine, bibimbap is a nutritious rice dish of steamed rice and pre-cooked vegetables (usually spinach, bean sprouts, carrots, mushrooms, egg and lettuce. It can also contain ground beef but can be ordered without meat. Dolsot bibimbap is the same dish served in a hot stone pot (the pot is pre-heated in oven) to make the rice on the bottom crunchy and to keep the dish hot for a longer time. Bulgogi (BULL-go-ghee): Literally meaning fire meat, bulgogi is thinly sliced, usually rib-eye or sirloin, marinated grilled meat.Gochuchang (GOH-choo-jang) paste: spicy red pepper paste sold either in glass jars or plastic containers that can be purchased at any Korean or Asian food market.
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happyzhangbo
Bibimbap recipe. Ready In: 22 min. Makes 4 servings 747 per serving Ingredients: soy sauce, light, sesame oil, brown sugar, light, ground turkey, vegetable oil, eggs, rice, cooked, mixed vegetables, sesame seeds
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Victoria Granof
It's delicious, but even better, it's deconstruct-ible. (You can remove any offensive elements for the kids without sacrificing your own dinner.)
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DrGaellon
Adapted from a recipe by Nick Kindelsperger at Serious Eats. If served in a super-hot cast iron or stone casserole, this is called "dol sot bibim bap," and will form a deliciously crunchy layer on the bottom of the dish...
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This staple Korean rice dish can be made with meat or seafood and served hot, but we love this fresh-tasting cold, vegetarian version.
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hopscotch
One of the most popular dishes in Korean cuisine, bibimbap is a nutritious rice dish of steamed rice and pre-cooked vegetables (usually spinach, bean sprouts, carrots, mushrooms, egg and lettuce. It can also contain ground beef but can be ordered without meat. Dolsot bibimbap is the same dish served in a hot stone pot (the pot is pre-heated in oven) to make the rice on the bottom crunchy and to keep the dish hot for a longer time. Bulgogi (BULL-go-ghee): Literally meaning "fire meat", bulgogi is thinly sliced, usually rib-eye or sirloin, marinated grilled meat. Gochuchang (GOH-choo-jang) paste: spicy red pepper paste sold either in glass jars or plastic containers that can be purchased at any Korean or Asian food market.
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dk683
This recipe was something I developed one evening after a hot and humid summer day. I had just come back from a run and I needed something filling and substantial. So I came up with this idea: layer a starch (I had Jasmine rice) with a vegetable (I used mesclun salad) all topped with two fried eggs. The general appearance of the finished dish is reminiscent of the Korean dish “Bibimbap” which is steamed rice topped with meat, seasoned veggies and a fried egg.
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Bobby Flay
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