Bibimbap Fried Rice Entrées
Bibimbap Fried Rice Entrées
Korean outdoor market
Korean outdoor market
Bibimbap means “mixed rice” in Korean, and this popular combination of vegetables, beef, & rice is a cornerstone of the country’s cuisine. The secret ingredient that makes it so addictive? Gochujang—a fiery, sweet dark chili sauce that amps up the flavor.
Bibimbap means “mixed rice” in Korean, and this popular combination of vegetables, beef, & rice is a cornerstone of the country’s cuisine. The secret ingredient that makes it so addictive? Gochujang—a fiery, sweet dark chili sauce that amps up the flavor.
Try each of our expertly crafted Fried Rice entrées
Try each of our expertly crafted Fried Rice entrées

Reviews: Bibimbap Beef

  • Surprisingly Good

    Wasn’t expecting it to be as good as it is.
  • Delicious!

    So impressed with this frozen dinner the heat level is just right and there is a nice amount of vegetables, unlike other frozen meals
  • Amazing taste!

    So good I can't stop raving about it to my friends!
  • Bibimbap Beef

    This dish was so delicious and there really was enough for 2 people! The vegetables scrumptious, and sauce was slightly spicy good.
  • Never been more pleased!

    I tried Bibimbap and I’ve never been more pleased in my life!
Serving Idea
Try our Bibimbap Beef Fried Rice the Korean way—with a fried egg on top.
Delicious Bibimbap Fried Rice with egg on top
Key Ingredients
Rice, gochujang sauce, beef, spinach, yellow & orange carrots, red bell peppers and edamame
Bibimbap Beef Key Ingredients
Serving Idea
Try our Bibimbap Beef Fried Rice the Korean way—with a fried egg on top.
Key Ingredients
Rice, gochujang sauce, beef, spinach, yellow & orange carrots, red bell peppers and edamame

Preparation Instructions

Skillet:

  1. Add vegetable oil to a non-stick skillet (see chart below) and add contents of either 1 or 2 bags.
  2. Cook on MEDIUM, covered with lid, stirring occasionally. Cook thoroughly to 165°F (see chart below).
     

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ALTERNATE COOKING METHODS

Microwave:

  1. To vent, tear open corner of bag before cooking.
  2. Place either 1 or 2 bags (spaced apart) in the microwave, seam side up, and cook thoroughly to 165°F (see chart below).
# of Bags Approx. Cook Time
1 4 min.*
2 7 min.*

*Based on a 1200 watt microwave. Cooking times may vary.

Bibimbap Beef Fried Rice meal