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Bibimbap is a compound word of “Bibim” and “Bap”. Bibim means to mix, and Bap means rice. Assorted vegetables (namuls) such as gobi, doraji, green leafs, kongnamul and more are served together. It also contains Korean Gochujang which will have spiciness into the product. All you need is a large bowl to mix all the ingredients together!
There are no set ingredients for Bibimbap. You can mix it with any vegetables, sauces, and proteins you want. Therefore, in Korea, there are various types of bibimbap such as Jeonju Bibimbap and Beef Bibimbap, etc. Before the 19th century, it was called by various words such as goldongban and hondonban, but it is assumed that the word “Bibim” was used from the 19th century as seen in <Mongyupyeon> compiled in 1810.
This is a Ready-to-Eat side dish! Enjoy!
No preparation needed.