When we went to the Asian store in Pittsburgh (45 minutes drive from us), I got excited when I saw the jar of the hot pepper paste, the paste that you use in bibimbap. My husband and I have been missing this Korean dish for quite a while now since we left the country so upon seeing it, I feel like I have to buy one so I can make it (although I don't know how).
I did not find the ingredients there, so we went to Walmart and find some similar veggies that I could use like the cole slaw mix, spinach, mushroom, and the herb mix. I did not like the bean sprout that was in there so I thought I could make my own and did not realize that it will take four days to sprout the mung beans lol.
So the first batch of bibimbap that I made has no sprouted beans ( am still waiting for the mung beans to fully sprout till now lol). But it's fun to do it with the kids, you can teach them how to do it. So here's my first attempt of making bibimbap, hubby said his craving was satisfied!
Since the kids, can't eat the spicy bibimbap, I made them some rice with veggies and eggs wrapped up with seaweeds.
If you want to find out how to make bibimbap, just click the link.
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