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Easy Vegetable Bibimbap with Mushroom & Spinach

It's so easy to make this vegetable bibimbap and there's so many different ways you can make it your own! Don't forget the crispy fried egg & chilli sauce.

It’s so easy to make this vegetable bibimbap and there’s so many different ways you can make it your own! Don’t forget the crispy fried egg & chilli sauce.

It's so easy to make this vegetable bibimbap and there's so many different ways you can make it your own! Don't forget the crispy fried egg & chilli sauce.

Here’s me sharing another vegetarian dinner recipe. With SO MANY vegetables in it as well. It’s so healthy and so delicious and I’m sure you could find ways to make it even more healthy as well if you were so inclined. By using brown rice or something, I don’t know. This is as far as my healthiness goes.

It's so easy to make this vegetable bibimbap and there's so many different ways you can make it your own! Don't forget the crispy fried egg & chilli sauce.

Just look at all those glorious colours! So what’s the deal with this here vegetable bibimbap then? Start yourself off with a bed of rice, we like sticky rice but you can use whatever rice you like/have on hand, then you just gotta load yourself up with as many toppings as you can handle. We went for mushrooms, aubergine, carrot, baby corn, spinach, cabbage and cucumber for that hit of freshness but you can honestly use any vegetables you have. This is totally a ‘using up vegetables which are starting to turn to mush in your fridge’ meal.

It's so easy to make this vegetable bibimbap and there's so many different ways you can make it your own! Don't forget the crispy fried egg & chilli sauce.

The sauce is a tasty mix of gochujang (one of my fave things ever, find more uses for gochujang here, here and here), a little honey, sesame oil and rice vinegar. Make sure you slather that all over everywhere. Go wild!

It's so easy to make this vegetable bibimbap and there's so many different ways you can make it your own! Don't forget the crispy fried egg & chilli sauce.

Finally, it wouldn’t be a bibimbap without the addition of a fried egg with perfect levels of crispiness vs. runniness. That ratio is totes up to you by the way, you know how you like your eggs so make it just right but just don’t skip it.

It's so easy to make this vegetable bibimbap and there's so many different ways you can make it your own! Don't forget the crispy fried egg & chilli sauce.

As you can see, I like mine crispy! I’ve been getting all weird about eggs recently. I go through phases when eggs kind of freak me out and when they’re super runny I just can’t get on board. So I’ve been taking my eggs a little more cooked and I’m feeling it, I gotta say.

It's so easy to make this vegetable bibimbap and there's so many different ways you can make it your own! Don't forget the crispy fried egg & chilli sauce.

It's so easy to make this vegetable bibimbap and there's so many different ways you can make it your own! Don't forget the crispy fried egg & chilli sauce.
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Easy Vegetable Bibimbap with Mushroom and Spinach

It's so easy to make this vegetable bibimbap and there's so many different ways you can make it your own! Don't forget the crispy fried egg & chilli sauce.

Course Main Course
Cuisine Korean
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Servings 2 servings
Calories 437 kcal
Author Amy

Ingredients

  • 2 servings Rice cooked
  • 2 Portobello Mushrooms sliced
  • 2 tbsp Soy Sauce
  • 2 tsp Brown Sugar
  • 1 tbsp Mirin
  • 1 Carrot cut into batons
  • 1/2 Aubergine chopped
  • 100 g Baby Corn
  • 100 g Baby Spinach
  • 1/2 Cucumber cut into batons
  • 1/4 Cabbage chopped
  • 2 Eggs fried

Sauce

  • 2 tbsp Gochujang
  • 2 tsp Honey
  • 2 tsp Sesame Oil
  • 2 tsp Rice Vinegar

To Serve

  • Sesame Seeds
  • Gochugaru (Korean chilli flakes)

Instructions

  1. You're going to make everything in one saucepan so get one heated with a drizzle of sesame oil over a medium heat. Add the sliced mushrooms and cook for 2-3 minutes then pour in the soy sauce, brown sugar and mirin. Cook for another 2 minutes then tip into a bowl and set aside.

  2. Give the pan a quick wipe with some kitchen towel and return to the heat. Add a little more sesame oil then the carrot and cook for 5 minutes. Remove and set aside. Repeat with the aubergine, then the baby corn, cooking each for about 5 minutes then placing everything in separate bowls ready for serving.

  3. Finish off with the spinach by quickly wilting in the hot pan for a couple of minutes. Once that's done you can use that same pan to fry your eggs. Make the sauce by simply mixing all the ingredients together until smooth.

  4. To serve place a helping of rice in each bowl topped with an egg then lay out all the cooked vegetables, plus the cucumber, cabbage and sauce and you and your dinner buddy can top their rice with whatever they want! Add a sprinkling of sesame seeds and gochugaru.

It's so easy to make this vegetable bibimbap and there's so many different ways you can make it your own! Don't forget the crispy fried egg & chilli sauce.

WONDERING WHAT TO DO WITH THE LEFTOVER INGREDIENTS YOU’VE GOT FROM MAKING THIS EASY VEGETABLE BIBIMBAP WITH MUSHROOM & SPINACH?

If you’re anything like me then you’re always looking for ways to save money and avoid food waste so I want to make sure you’ve get plenty of ideas on how to use up any ingredients that are leftover from my recipes!

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6 Comments

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    Kim @ Three Olives Branch
    20/08/2017 at 1:58 PM

    This looks so wonderful! And I love that you toasted all the veggies, even the baby corn. That sauce sounds AMAZING and I would use a ton of it!

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    Deanna
    20/08/2017 at 4:04 PM

    This looks yummy!!! I love that there is so many options!

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    Danielle
    20/08/2017 at 4:07 PM

    I am hearing so much about Korean food at the moment and I really want to give it a go. That egg looks perfect!

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    Bintu - Recipes From A Pantry
    20/08/2017 at 4:08 PM

    Haven’t heard of this recipe but it looks super easy but tasty too!

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    Lisa | Garlic & Zest
    20/08/2017 at 4:28 PM

    I’ve never tried bibimap, but I like absolutely everything you’ve included in it — so I’m definitely on board! It looks delicious!

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    cookilicious
    22/08/2017 at 8:12 PM

    Ain’t it amazing how different flavors come together in one plate to make a fulfilling meal! Love this recipe.

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