The moment I saw this recipe, I knew I had to make it. Boy was I not disappointed. So good!

Bibimbap, a jewel of Korean cuisine, translates quite literally as "mixed rice." Its origins are beautifully practical—using leftover rice and vegetables, and serving as a vessel to celebrate seasonal produce. The brilliance of bibimbap is in its versatility. In its simplest form, a bowl of warm rice is topped with an assortment of sautéed and seasoned vegetables, meat (though our version is vegetarian), a dollop of spicy gochujang paste, and a sunny fried egg. For folks with a penchant for vibrant, satisfying meals that are customizable to what's in the crisper, bibimbap is a creative and nutritious choice.
Bibimbap is a feast in a bowl that often doesn’t require anything on the side. However, if you’re looking to expand the meal, you might consider serving it with a light miso soup, some extra kimchi, or a fresh cucumber salad for an added crunch.
Easy Mixed Korean Vegetable Bibimbap
Servings: 4