December 8, 2020
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Korean-style mixed rice (bibimbap) can nourish the five organs
In recent years, people’s impression of Korean food often revolves around fried chicken, instant noodles, grilled meat, and troop pot. They are mostly fried and heavily seasoned food that are often unhealthy.
Traditional Korean cuisine is actually heavily influenced by the Chinese’s concept of Yin Yang and Five Elements, which emphasize the medicinal values and the origins of the ingredients, its adjustment to the four seasons, and the importance of balance. This is why traditional Korean cuisine often contains five colors: green, red, yellow, white and black, which correspond with the five organs of the human body: liver, heart, spleen, lungs and kidney.
This also means Korean mixed rice, or bibimbap, can be made easily at home! This delicacy requires quite a number of ingredients and the processes seemed to be complicated, but in fact, the preparation is rather flexible. You can always replace spinach with cucumber, or use seaweed instead of fresh mushrooms. It is an excellent dish to help clear the leftovers in your refrigerator.
Ingredients: 300g spinach, half a carrot, 2 eggs, 300g beansprouts, 3 fresh Shitake mushrooms, 200g beef, 1 clove of minced garlic, 2 bowls of cooked rice, bibimbap paste
1. Rinse all the ingredients. Boil the spinach in hot water and rinse it off the excess water. Add garlic, an appropriate amount of sesame oil and salt, and mix well.
Slice the beef and marinate with soy sauce, sugar, and sesame oil for 20 minutes, then fry the mixture in a pan.
Fry the eggs; slice the fresh Shitake mushrooms, fry them together with carrot and beansprouts, then season the mixture with sesame oil and salt.
2. Fill up a large bowl with cooked rice, and lay all the ingredients that have been prepared in Step 1 on top of it.
3. Add bibimbap paste to serve.
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