Tuesday, November 11

Recipe of the Day

Bibimbap - Recipezaar

I first discovered this dish at a Korean restaurant in Austin. It has since become one of the most common things for me to order when we go to Red Pepper here in Angelo. A good and hearty meal that I think is ideal for cooler weather. If you walk away hungry after this meal, then you should look into competitive eating. Seriously though, this is a great dish. Pic courtesy jslander

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Ingredients

* 18 ounces chicken breasts
* 6 eggs, separated
* 12 ounces carrots, julienned
* 12 ounces cucumbers, julienned
* 12 ounces spinach, cooked and shredded
* sesame oil, as needed
* salt, pepper to taste
* 6 cups cooked sushi rice
* 1 cup soy sauce
* 1 cup sugar
* 1/4 cup garlic, minced
* 1/4 cup chopped white scallion
* 3 tablespoons sesame seeds, toasted and crushed
* 1/4 cup chili bean paste (kochujang)
* 2 tablespoons sugar
* 1 tablespoon water

Directions

1. Make the marinade: Combine 1 cup soy sauce, 1 cup sugar, 1/4 cup minced garlic, 1/4 cup chopped white scallion, 3 tablespoons toasted, crushed sesame seeds and pepper to taste.
2. Cut chicken breasts into small pieces, matchstick sized.
3. Let rest at least 2 hours in marinade -- refrigerated.
4. Season egg yolks with salt. Beat until smooth.
5. Lightly oil and heat nonstick pan over medium flame.
6. Cook yolks crêpe-style. Transfer crêpes to. sheet pan to cool.
7. Repeat process with egg whites. (If necessary, add small. amount of cornstarch-water mixture to keep whites smooth.).
8. Julienne white and yellow crêpes. Reserve.
9. Season carrots and cucumber with salt. Set aside 5 minutes. Rinse; pat dry. Saute in sesame oil. Reserve.
10. Stir-fry spinach in sesame oil. Reserve.
11. Arrange chicken, egg, vegetables around rice.
12. Make Kochujang sauce: combine 1/4 cup kochujang (chile-bean paste), 2 tablespoon sugar and 1 tablespoon water in saucepan. Heat to boil, stirring constantly.
13. Cook over medium heat until sugar dissolves and mixture reduces, 3-5 minutes.
14. Serve Kochujang sauce with the Bi Bim Bap.

It doesn't hurt to have a nice side of Kimchi to go with this. As always, if you have a recipe you would like to share, or one you can't find just let us know and we will put it up for you.


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