Thank you so much for sharing your skills…and let us to learn a bit from such an interesting culinary art, the korean culinary art!
I’m so delighted to found out that I can use the free choice of ingredients just by watching your “divine” recipes!
Maybe like me are so many individuals who are so impressed and in their lives are trying to bring “colors” to spice up their culinary habits… even without the specific & traditional vegetables or ingredients that are so difficult sometimes to find out at the market. But I see your comments and tips and I really appreciate this. So – finally I watched your posts & videos, I thought “twice” and I tried to proceed quite similar.
I’m happy to show you my own version of bibimbap…and I hope that I didn’t do to many mistakes… I wanted so much to really try to cook korean food based on one of your recipes…
Thank you again and may you have a cosy & pleasent week!
nb. I used: pork meat, long rice, mushrooms, salad lettuce instead of spinach, cucumber instead of zucchini, grean onion, garlic, green garlic, radish – salad, sesame seeds, hot pepper chilli, vegetable oil, kosher salt, pepper, vinaigre, egg.

The recipe is here.


  1. Andra Alexa T Europe joined 4/13 & has 5 comments

    Thank you Maangchi!! I really appreciate… All my consideration (it has been so difficult…never did something like this before, but the result was tasty). I’ll continue to watch your videos and advices in matter of korean cuisine in your style! Deeply thankful for appreciation! (sorry for my “poor” english, it’ not my native tongue! LOL) Have a nice day!

  2. Andra Alexa T Europe joined 4/13 & has 5 comments

    So grateful for your willingness to share with us your culinary art from your perspective! Thank you kindly Maangchi!

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