BIBIMBAP – THE ULTIMATE BOWL MEAL #vegetarian #easy #meal #cauliflower #dinner

BIBIMBAP – THE ULTIMATE BOWL MEAL #vegetarian #easy #meal #cauliflower #dinner

They have all that you need in one bowl, with more flavor, surface, and shading than you can shake a stick at. In any case, the more I make bowl suppers the more they look like Bibimbap, the mother of all bowl dinners. In the event that you've never known about Bibimbap, it's a Korean dish that joins rice, prepared vegetables, meat, egg, and an assortment of different garnishes. While my bibimbap may not be absolutely bona fide, I thought it was high time I honor the great dish and make a "me" rendition utilizing the kinds of fixings I have available.

I got a 2lb. pack of grass nourished ground meat at a bargain as of late and had solidified 1/2 lb. divides, so I thought this was the ideal use for that hamburger. Like the majority of my dinners, bibimbap utilizes meat as only one little component of the feast rather than the primary center.

This dish is absolutely adaptable and you can include or evacuate fixings as you see fit. Cured vegetables are phenomenal in bibimbap, so on the off chance that you need to take a couple of additional minutes to pickle your carrots or cucumbers, you won't be grieved. You can discover headings on the most proficient method to pickle carrots here, and you can utilize this cucumber plate of mixed greens as a guide for the cucumbers.

Bibimbap generally is topped with Gochujang, however I utilized kimchi on the grounds that I simply needed to utilize what I previously had close by.

BIBIMBAP – THE ULTIMATE BOWL MEAL #vegetarian #easy #meal #cauliflower #dinner

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INGREDIENTS

SAUTEED SPINACH

  • 1/2 Tbsp cooking oil ($0.02)
  • 6 cups fresh spinach, loosely packed ($1.72)
  • 1 tsp toasted sesame oil ($0.11)
  • Pinch of salt ($0.02)

CHILI GARLIC BEEF

  • 1/2 lb ground beef ($1.99)
  • 2 Tbsp chili garlic sauce ($0.13)
  • 1 Tbsp soy sauce ($0.09)
  • 1 Tbsp brown sugar ($0.04)

FRESH VEGETABLES

  • 1 carrot ($0.11)
  • 1 cucumber ($1.69)
  • 2 green onions ($0.21)

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. If your rice is not already cooked, begin that first and prepare the rest of the bowl ingredients as the rice cooks. You'll need 4 cups cooked rice.
  2. Prepare the sautéed spinach next. Heat a large skillet over medium flame and add the cooking oil. Swirl to coat the skillet, then add the fresh spinach. Sauté the spinach for a few minutes, or just until it is wilted. Drizzle the sesame oil over top and season lightly with a pinch of salt. Remove the spinach from the skillet to a clean bowl.
  3. Add the ground beef to the skillet used to cook the spinach. Cook the beef until fully browned, then add the chili garlic sauce, soy sauce, and brown sugar. Stir and cook for about one minute, or until everything is evenly mixed and the beef is coated in sauce. Turn the heat off.
  4. Prepare the fresh vegetables. Peel and grate the carrot using a large holed cheese grater. Thinly slice the cucumber, and slice the green onions.
  5. Fry or soft boil 4 large eggs (Or however many bowls you plan on eating immediately. If meal prepping, cook the egg fresh each day.)
  6. Build the bowls by first adding 1 cup cooked rice to the bowl, followed by 1/4 of the cooked spinach, 1/4 of the ground beef, some sliced cucumber, shredded carrots, a cooked egg, an a tablespoon or so of kimchi. Sprinkle sliced green onions and sesame seeds over top. There are no hard measurements needed for each ingredient per bowl, just divide the ingredients evenly or as you see fit.


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