I never knew what bibimbap was exactly until good guy Justin Warner made it on his web series Chefshock. For reference, bibimbap is the Korean take on a Spanish Paella; crispy seasoned rice topped with vegetables and meats. This version is loosely based on Justin’s version, and I highly recommend you check it out his video. This feeds a crowd, and while it has a lot of ingredients, it couldn’t be easier to make. Get authentic and top with a fried egg or two, or add some lemon-lime soda (yes really) to the marinade!
Don’t stress if you don’t have the exact ingredients; this Pork Bibimbap recipe is more forgiving than an old pair of sweat pants (And the sauce is incredible). Also, instead of using a Dutch oven you can also use a Korean BBQ grill or grill pan. Let’s make my Pork Bibimbap recipe!
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