Korean Beef Bibimbap
The most popular version of bibimbap is served in a hot stone bowl called a dolsot. The sizzling bowl gently crisps the rice on the bottom and cooks any raw additions such as an egg or beef. This recipe captures all of the delicious flavor and amazing texture of the Korean classic - warm, slightly crispy rice, rich beef, crunchy veggies, and salty, spicy seasonings. You may not have a dolsot in your kitchen, but when you dig into this complex and satisfying meal, you won't even miss it.
Check out our cooking tip from Chef Judy Joo!