bibimbap sauce

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  • #48552

    thanhchan
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    Hi Maangchi, how are you? I would like to know how to make the sauce for bibimbap. I had bibimbap once at the K-restaurant and the sauce that they put in there was so good. I wonder what are the ingridients for the sauce. Can you teach me how to make that sauce for bibimbap?

    Thank you so much.

    Quyen.

    #51157

    Maangchi
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    thanhchan,

    It’s under my bibimbap recipe here.

    http://www.maangchi.com/recipes/bibimbap

    #51158

    james
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    I add a little bit of vinegar and sugar to my bibimbap sauce but that’s just me. Experiment!

    #51159

    Maangchi
    Participant

    james,

    You are such a good cook. I know about it! : )

    Your bibimbap sauce sounds like really good tip.

    #51160

    thanhchan
    Member

    Hi Maangchi, I meant to ask you how to make the hot sauce for bibimbap. Can you please show me how to make it and what are the ingredients to it?

    Thank you so much.

    #51161

    Maangchi
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    thanhchan,

    I use just hot pepper paste to mix my bibimbap! Green onion sauce for bibimbap is posted in the recipe.

    I think you are talking about the sauce provided in a Korean restaurant when you order bibimbap. Some restaurant owners make their own sauce by mixing hot pepper paste with other ingredients. James’ suggestion is good if you want to try it out.

    I still like to use just plain hot pepper paste.

    #51162

    georgia
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    I use this sauce for bibimbap and for meat. If there are leftovers of the sauce after a korean food dinner, then I put some of it into kimchi stew, too. It is delicious!

    Ssamjang

    4 tablespoons of soybean paste (Korean-doenjang)

    4 tablespoons korean chili paste

    1 tablespoon sugar (raw cane sugar)

    2 green/spring onion, finely chopped

    4 cloves garlic, minced

    1 tablespoon of toasted sesame seeds

    1 tablespoon of sesame oil

    1 tablespoon rice wine or mirin

    1 tablespoon soy sauce

    water to make desired consistency (about 2 or 3 tablespoons)

    Mix all ingredients together. Use as dip for meats or on bibimbap.

    #51163

    Thanks for sharing nice recipe …

    kitchen extractor fans

    #51164

    aquacool
    Participant

    Hi Maangchi,

    Can I use ssamjang in place of gochujang for bibimbap?

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