Dolsot Bibimbap

 

 

Dolsot, in Korean, means Stone Bowl. Bibimbap is translated into English as "Mixed Rice". Therefore, in English, the name of the dish is Stone Bowl of Mixed Rice. This is the dish, that since my first taste, has become my favorite.

 

 

Ingredients:

 - 1 clove garlic

- 2oz Asian pear

- 2oz onion

- ½ lemon juice

- 1Tbs Mirin

- ½ Tbs Korean Soy Sauce

- 2Tbs Gochujang paste

- 1Tsp Sesame Oil

- Black pepper

 

Marinate Beef

- Beef cut into small strips

     - About 1” X 4” and ¼” thick strips

- 2Tbs Soy Sauce

- 1Tbs Mirin

- 1Tbs Sesame Oil

- 2Tbs Sugar

- Black pepper

 

 In a blender;

- 1 clove garlic

- 2oz Asian pear

- 2oz onion

- ½ lemon juice

- 1Tbs Mirin

- ½ Tbs Korean Soy Sauce

- 2Tbs Gochujang paste

- 1Tsp Sesame Oil

- Black pepper

- 1Tbs Sugar

Vegetables:

-1 Green Zucchini

     (Mandolin cut)

-1 Yellow Squash

     (cut same as Zucchini)

-Equal amounts of Carrots and Mushrooms

    

-(You can use any number or type of vegetables)

Directions:

-Stir-fry Vegetables on med-High heat in oil Separately

     -Stir-fry vegs from light color to dark

-Cook meat in wok:

-Cook until meat is brown – no juice and slightly brown edges

-Cooking the rest is done in stone bowls

  (If you don't have stone bowls, plate as below and serve)

- Lightly coat bottom of bowl with Sesame Oil

- Put rice in first then vegetables

- Place vegetables side by side around bowl

- Put meat in center of vegetables and cook all until sizzling

- Pour sauce over meat

- Place sunny side up egg on top and serve

 

  *Note: Remember Bibimbap means “Mixed Rice”. I suggest you mix it all together, eat and enjoy.

  *In my opinion the Gochujang paste is far superior to the bottled liquid type.

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