One dish that we discovered from our food court experiment was Bibimbap. I had always been curious about it but never got around to actually ordering it. It became one of Trixi’s favorite dishes once she had tried it. I figured it was an excellent way to get the kids to eat their vegetables and it seemed easy enough to do. So I tried to make Bibimbap for dinner.
Bibimbap is a Korean dish which means “mixed rice”. It is served on a hot plate, with hot steamed rice in the middle, topped by a sunny-side up egg. The meat and the vegetables are arranged separately around the rice. When ready to be consumed, everything is mixed together, hence the name. A spicy orange-colored sauce may be added to it.
This was dinner tonight. Everyone enjoyed it and the kids ate their fair share of veggies!