Bibimbap is the closest Korean food gets to a salad. It literally translates to “mixed rice”. Traditionally, it is made with rice, mix of marinated vegetables, beef, sunny side egg and red bean paste. But it can really be any mix of ingredients and rice. Sometimes, the best bibimbaps are made with whatever you have in the fridge!
For meatless Mondays, I started making this version of bibimbap. Using toasted sesame oil instead of hot bean paste sits much easier on my stomach. Also, mixing in tons of romaine lettuce aids in digestion. I feel really light, but satisfied, after eating this and it’s my go-to for an easy meal.