돌솥 비빔밥 (Dolsot Bibimbap!)

One of my absolute favorite Korean dishes is dolsot bibimbap!  Dolsot means “stone pot” in Korean and this rice dish is served in a HOT stone pot and the food is mixed right before consumption.  There is usually a raw egg as a part of this dish that is cooked against the sides of the bowl when mixed.  I love this dish because there is a wide variety of mixed veggies as well as some meat.  It’s very filling and I love the red sauce you put on it.  (no idea what the sauce is called)

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Of course we started out with panchan… no kongnamul (bean sprouts) here.  Sadness.

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At least I got bean sprouts in the bibimbap, YAY!

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My parents love dolsot bibimbap too… my Dad tried seafood dolsot bibimbap for the first time.  It was incredibly spicy… exactly how Korean food is supposed to be!

I have no idea what this restaurant is called since the sign is in Korean but it’s in Seoul Garden Plaza off of Western just north of Marine Ave. in Gardena.  I’ve been to a few of the restaurants in this plaza and they were all pretty good when you don’t want to make the drive to K-town.

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3 Comments on “돌솥 비빔밥 (Dolsot Bibimbap!)”

  1. Boyfriend Says:

    I didn’t get to experience the meal firsthand, but I did get the leftovers. It was very good… once I added a bit more hot sauce to make it spicy enough for my taste. It must have been awesome eating it out of the stone pot.


  2. I’m amazed at the variety ofDolsot Bibimbap. I have never tried the seafood version of it. Glad your father liked. This is a really colorful and healthy Korean traditional dish.

  3. ju Says:

    red source is called gochoojang


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