It’s known that I’m a fan of all types of Asian food; we’ve posted several Asian recipes which are staples in my kitchen. This is a Korean recipe which I’ve wanted to share with my readers for a quite some time now- for several reasons- First, it’s just really good. Second, its Korean, and most people in Israel (I believe) have never been exposed to Korean food. Third, this dish reminds me of good times.
This dish brings me back to my college days. At 17, I left home for what would become the “best years of my life”. Throughout those years, I lived with the same five roommates, all from different cultural backgrounds, all from which I learned so much, food included. Jenny, the Korean representative, was the first to expose me to the tasty cuisine, and Casey, was the one who really solidified my love for it.
Bibimbop is Korean for “Mix it up”. It’s a rice and vegetable dish, where each vegetable is cooked separately. Topped with a fried egg and hot chili sauce- this...
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