The great well-being food!
Bibimbap describes a type of mixed rice dish topped with Korean style vegetables (called namul), lean meat and other food items. There are several types of Bibimbap, but in its most basic form, the regular Bibimbap includes sliced vegetables, lean meat and hot pepper paste spread on a bed of short grain rice, served in a stone pot with an egg on top.
Bibimbap never uses any artificial ingredient, and it contains all the five major food groups; By eating one bowl of Bibimbap, you can take in carbohydrate (rice), protein (beef and egg), vitamins and minerals (various vegetables), and of course fat (Sesame oil). The beauty of Bibimbap is in this perfect harmony between various tastes and nutrition that results from mixing various ingredients into one bowl.