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Old 09-16-2009, 07:52 AM   #1
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Bi Bim Bap with brown/red rice?

Is there such a thing? Anyone know of a korean restaurant that serves something other than white rice w/ their Bi Bim Bap?

If there isn't such a thing, where have you guys had the best bi bim bap?
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Old 09-16-2009, 10:24 AM   #2
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mom makes the best... she uses small bits of galbi for meat.. its epic
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I made my own on the weekend. Went to H-Mart to buy their willow weed kit, marinated some beef in bulgogi sauce and put it on the grill, chili paste and sesame oil, and rice
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fuck now i want some korean food... Jap Chae FTW! cant get enough of this!
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I want Haemul Pajun (Seafood pancake), then maybe some Kalbi Tang. followed by a nice bowl of Bi Bim Bap. Man, I'm craving for it now....
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Anybody know where I can buy the potato dish that has a sweet glaze (they usually serve this as an appetizer at restaurants)? I didn't see it at H-mart...
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make it urself, it's really easy..

corn syrup, soy sauce, and potatoes..
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make it urself, it's really easy..

corn syrup, soy sauce, and potatoes..
do you have a recipe?
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Potato Side Dish

2 x Potatoes
1/4 - 1/2 of a White Onion (depending on size)
2 x Cloves of Garlic
1/2 Cup of Water
2 Tbsp of Soy Sauce
1 Tbsp of Sugar
1 Tbsp of Corn Syrup
1 tsp of Sesame Oil
1 tsp of Sesame Seed
Ground Pepper for taste
Peanut/Vegetable Oil

1. Heat Saucepan, put oil then potatoes, cook until translucent, then combine onion, garlic, water, soy sauce, sugar and corn syrup

2. Cover saucepan and cook for another 7-10 minutes

3. Combine the rest of the ingredients (sesame seed, sesame oil, black pepper).


NOTE:
I like to make mine more saucy, so I usually double the water, soy sauce, corn syrup, and sugar.

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Anybody know where I can buy the potato dish that has a sweet glaze (they usually serve this as an appetizer at restaurants)? I didn't see it at H-mart...
thats cause nobody actually eats this stuff at home as a side dish. i think its a western inspired thing served in restaurants here
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thats cause nobody actually eats this stuff at home as a side dish. i think its a western inspired thing served in restaurants here
I agree. This is not an authentic side dish served in South Korea.
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pics? wtf is bim bim bob ? or some shit like that

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its korea's national dish

"stone bowl rice" in chinese

石頭飯

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Potato Side Dish

2 x Potatoes
1/4 - 1/2 of a White Onion (depending on size)
2 x Cloves of Garlic
1/2 Cup of Water
2 Tbsp of Soy Sauce
1 Tbsp of Sugar
1 Tbsp of Corn Syrup
1 tsp of Sesame Oil
1 tsp of Sesame Seed
Ground Pepper for taste
Peanut/Vegetable Oil

1. Heat Saucepan, put oil then potatoes, cook until translucent, then combine onion, garlic, water, soy sauce, sugar and corn syrup

2. Cover saucepan and cook for another 7-10 minutes

3. Combine the rest of the ingredients (sesame seed, sesame oil, black pepper).


NOTE:
I like to make mine more saucy, so I usually double the water, soy sauce, corn syrup, and sugar.

thanks for this gonna give this a try tommorow
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its korea's national dish

"stone bowl rice" in chinese

石頭飯
it doesnt have to be in a stone bowl. actually its usually just in a normal bowl.
when you get it in a stone bowl its called dol sot bibimbap
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ohhhhh thoseeee

BIM BIM BOBBBBBB


lol they are alrit, at least tats wat i find



rice, shrreded veggies, some meat, and a sunny side up egg on top

with spicey sauce added on the side

they are alrit
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thats what its called in chinese, as it originated in the hot stone bowl.


actually i like the hot stone bowl, i like the crispy bits of rice at the bottom!

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it doesnt have to be in a stone bowl. actually its usually just in a normal bowl.
when you get it in a stone bowl its called dol sot bibimbap
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^you can also pour water or barley tea in the bowl when you're done, and it makes it into sort of a congee.
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thats what its called in chinese, as it originated in the hot stone bowl.


actually i like the hot stone bowl, i like the crispy bits of rice at the bottom!
never been a fan of those crispy semi half burnt rice on the buttom


there is actually a chinese dish for that,....but...never get the hype..

taste kinda crunchy and they stick to ur teeth...!!!! @@
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^you can also pour water or barley tea in the bowl when you're done, and it makes it into sort of a congee.
yep, if u have a stone bowl, mix the bi bim bap and then take it out and put into a diff dish and then add barley tea into the stone bowl and cover it with stone lid and later eat like congee...mmm, love the taste of semi-burnt rice...!

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