Koreans love bibimbap, and this simple rice dish is often used as a tasty way of
using up leftovers.
A generous helping of steamed rice is placed in serving bowls, topped with a
variety of meat and vegetables and topped with a strong fermented soybean paste
Just prior to eating, you mix everything together — bibimbap means roughly “mixed up rice” or ” mixes meal”, and the whole,
wonderful mess is eaten with gusto. Gochujang paste can be found online and in Korean and other Asian markets.
Season with soy sauce if you can’t find gochujang.