Hi Maangchi!

Made bibimbap after watching your kongnamulbap video. I was going to make it but my twin said “too many beansprouts!!!” so we made this instead xD We just used spinach, carrot, shitake mushrooms, bean sprouts, ground beef, and instead of zucchini we used cucumber. Using the dolsot pot really makes it taste better imo because the rice gets nice and crispy!


PS: my spinish is hiding behind the spoon! can you tell from the picture my egg yolk broke? haha, I covered it up (or at least I tried to!).

Thank you for the recipe :)
The recipe is here.



  1. xkaokaox Irvine, California joined 7/11 & has 1 comment

    Thanks for the nice comments everyone and especially to Maangchi for all her great videos! :D

    It’s kind of weird, I’m actually Vietnamese but I almost NEVER try cooking Vietnamese dishes. I’m always out trying Korean and Japanese food, my parents make fun of me and say I’m probably adopted xD

    • Maangchi New York City joined 8/08 & has 12,077 comments

      “my parents make fun of me and say I’m probably adopted” haha, so funny! But you are not alone to hear that. Your bibimbap photo is a big hit. Congratulations!

  2. arale1402 United Kingdom joined 9/10 & has 14 comments

    What a beautiful dish! and sshhhht, don’t point out your little mistakes! I wouldn’t have guessed at all that the yolk broke!!! ;-)

  3. bo Hawaii joined 7/10 & has 49 comments

    This looks beyond delicious!! This is my favorite dish that I always order in K-restaurants. bibimbap in the stone pot so that I get the crispy rice!

    Emily: on you kongnamulbap, can I cook everything in a rice cooker or does it have to be in a pot on the stove?

  4. Maangchi New York City joined 8/08 & has 12,077 comments

    Fantastic! I believe your spinach is hiding somewhere! Presentation is awesome!

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