Today's dinner: Korean food
Bibimpab & Miso soup
I love Bibimpab.
Bibimpab is one of the only dishes I order at a Korean restaurant.
Well, another dish is Bulgogi, which I can easily make at home with some nice thinly sliced beef and Korean BBQ sauce.
I usually don't order other Korean dishes because I am not that good at spicy food.
Anyway, so when I think of Korean food, I think of you, I think of Bibimpab.
Few times a month, I have an urge to eat Bibimpab and whenever that happends, I used to go to my favourite Korean restaurant.
But my favourite bibimpab is in Melbourne. I can't easily go there while I live in Singapore.
What am I going to do if that urge happends?
I tried some of the Korean restaurants here in Singapore, but I haven't been able to find my favourite ones.
Well, I think Today, I lost a reason to look out for my favourite Bibimpab and Korean restaurants.
I made it myself!
You may wonder that the shape of the egg looks kinda weird, or rather cute.
It looks like a Koala bear face, don't you think? Well, I do and I like it.
Anyway, underneath the Koala egg, there are BBQed pork belly&onions, kimchi, boiled spinach, marinated bean sprouts and grilled mushrooms. It was very very yum...
Indeed, I think I lost a reason to go to a Korean restaurant.
Or rather, I lost a reason to eat outside. I can now have bibimpab at home!
Awesome Bibimpab recipe
Slice onions and stir fry with thinly sliced pork belly with Japanese BBQ sauce
Marinated bean sprouts:
Recipe is here
I just bought one from a local supermarket
Just boil after wash
Cut them into small pieces and stir fry/grill with some sesame oil and a pinch of salt
make a sunny side up
Place white rice at the bottom of a bowl, then all the small dishes then, the sunnyside egg on top!
Put Korean chilli sauce and mix well before you eat!