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Korean Beef Bowl

MichaelBeyer Oct 4, 2011 05:05 PM

I recently had a Korean beef bowl from our local sushi restaurant. I was wondering if anybody could recommend a Korean cookbook that might have some variations on this dish. Blog postings would be welcome too as long as I can get a feel for what is authentic.

  1. chefj Oct 4, 2011 05:26 PM

    Are you talking about Bibimbap ? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bibimbap

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    1. re: chefj
      MichaelBeyer Oct 5, 2011 05:35 AM

      Thanks--yes! I had no idea it was the same thing.

    2. BigSal Oct 4, 2011 07:52 PM

      CH's own hannaone has shared many recipes here. I'd do a search for his name in Home Cooking and Recipes. His website is http://www.hannaone.com His instructions are very detailed and reliable. Here is his bibimbap recipe http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/611934. Maangchi.com is also very good.

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      1. re: BigSal
        MichaelBeyer Oct 5, 2011 05:39 AM

        Thank you so much. Wow--I had no idea it was so involved. I will try it though.

        1. re: MichaelBeyer
          Monica Oct 5, 2011 06:19 AM

          I just put whatever i have in my fridge and mix them up with hot white rice(make sure it's not the kind of rice you get from a Chinese restaurant) and mix it with red hot pepper sauce. If you have a Korean market near you, you can get a premade tube of hot pepper sauce that already has all the seasonings. This recipe is really good but imo, it's too much trouble...i usually leave the trouble to chefs at restaurants.
          just buy simple vege like bean sprouts, spinach, carrot and stir fry them in oil, minced garlic..with salt. Stir fry some low fat ground beef.
          Put all the ingredients in a large bowl, mix, put generous amount of sesame oil(key ingredient), sesame seeds if you have...the pepper sauce and a fried egg, mix and enjoy!

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