Stick to big portions of veggies for an unbelievably fulfilling and healthful vegetarian meal. Bibimbap is the perfect dish to prepare when you have a wide variety of leftover veggies in the fridge, and tofu — like the pan-fried version in the recipe above — is a welcome addition if a little extra protein is in order.
However, bibimbap doesn’t have to be meat-free. In fact, it is often served with beef bulgogi, a classic and simple Korean BBQ. The many ingredients mean you’ll get unique flavor and texture combinings in every bite. What more could you want in a bowl?
When it comes down to it, bibimbap can be whatever you want to make it. It can be a big tasty mess of mismatched ingredients, or a work of precision worthy of a museum. Below, a few recipes to satisfy all of your bibimbap needs 😛 TAGEND