Korean Bibimbap

Bibimbap is a signature Korean dish, the word means “mixed rice.” My version included all kinds of yummy goodies. My husband thoroughly enjoyed it.

What you need:

Short Grain Brown Rice

VEGETABLES, some pickled, some roasted, some sautéed and some raw

Egg, 1 egg per person


Chili Garlic sauce


If you have it, some nori (seaweed)

Start with choosing what vegetables you will pickle, roast, sauté or SPIRALIZE or just cut super thin. Then, pile it all into its own little corners on your rice.

Next, top it with a sunny side up egg, nori, Sriracha, chili garlic sauce, drizzle some Braggs and DINNER IS DONE! 

If you have been prepping your meals for the week,  this is a great end of week meal when you need to clean the fridge out but you still want to look like a gangsta.

What I put on this Bibimbap:

Pickled red onion, recipe: http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/pickled-onions-365176

Roasted broccoli

Sauteed Lacinato Kale

Sauteed sugar snap peas and bell peppers

Spiralized raw carrots



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