Bibimbap is a Korean Bowl dish that is traditionally made with steamed white rice, assorted vegetables, and meat. It can also be made with raw or seared meat. The word bibimbap means "mixed rice." The dish is usually served with an egg, strips of seaweed, and a sauce such as gochujang (a Korean chili paste).
Mixed Rice is a popular dish because it is healthy and can be easily customized to accommodate different tastes. For example, someone who does not want meat in their bibimbap can simply omit it from the recipe.
This is also a versatile dish in terms of preparation. It can be made ahead of time and reheated, or it can be made in individual bowls so that each person can customize their own bibimbap. Either way, bibimbap is a delicious and satisfying meal.