This is an authentic family recipe that my mother
taught me in 1950 in New Orleans. It makes a great
dinner party main dish. Like chinese food, it is long
on chopping and assembling, but goes together and
cooks rather quickly.
My craving for Korean food has officially come back to life again, and this was the dish I made for dinner yesterday. Instead of using cooked rice that traditional bibimbap does, this time I cooked soba noodles instead. Sauteed a few veggies that I had on hand separately, tossed with the spicy Korean chili sauce and a bit ketchup, and served with homemade kimchi. YUM!