Chicken Bibimbap is a delicious and nutritious meal that is perfect for any time of the day. This dish features tender chicken, sautéed mushrooms and carrots, spicy kimchi, fresh spinach, and a perfectly poached egg, all served over a bed of steaming hot rice. Not only is this dish packed with flavor, it is also packed with nutrition.
The combination of protein from the chicken and egg, vitamins and minerals from the vegetables, and probiotics from the kimchi make this dish a well-rounded and satisfying meal. Whether you're looking for a filling breakfast, a quick and easy lunch, or a hearty dinner, Chicken Bibimbap is the perfect choice. So why wait? Grab a bowl and dig in to this delicious and nutritious dish today!
1 Medium Carrot
3 Cups Spinach
1 Cup Mushrooms
1 Cup Kimchi
250g Sliced Chicken
Sesame Seed Oil
Optional: Sesame Seeds
Start by thinly slicing your chicken breast as thin as possible.
In a bowl mix 1tb of gochujang with 2tb of water and 1tb of honey Marinate your chicken in this mixture while you prep the other components.
Peel and thinly slice 1 medium carrots into fine little sticks as fine as you can and set them aside. Thinly slice your mushrooms.
Bring a pot of water up to a boil and blanch your spinach into the water for 30 seconds then remove, drain, run them under some cold water and set them aside.
Add in 1ts of sesame seed oil with some salt into your spinach and mix well.
In a pan on medium heat add in some sesame seed oil and gently fry your carrots. Adding salt to taste. You just want to fry them till they are soft and making sure they still retain their bright orange colour.
In the same pan fry your mushrooms adding salt to taste and setting it aside.
In the same pan give your chicken a quick stir fry till cooked and set aside.
Dish out a bowl of rice.
Start placing your lovely ingredients on the rice creating this lovely pattern as seen in the photos, DON'T forget the kimchi!
You have 2 options for the eggs: a) Poached b) Fried
Top with some more gochujang, sesame seeds and the sauce from the stir fried chicken and you got your self a pretty tasty bibimbap.
How to Eat It?
Option 1: Using a spoon, give the bibimbap a good mix around creating this pool of flavours and enjoy.
Option 2: Unconventional but you could eat the bibimbap section by section choosing which dish you would like to eat.