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This dish usually sold at street hawker vendor nearby my home in Jakarta. It's usually served with small green chilli on the side (beware it's spicy), also with other kinds of fritters all together. Cooking ourselves is healthier version of anything you get at the street vendor (better oil and ingredients used, although it's still deep fried, please use moderately)
Bibimbap is one of the most popular Korean traditional food that used to serve as a King's meal in Chosun era. Bibimbab's literal meaning is mixed food. Like its name, there are variety of vegetables in the meal. Tofu can be substituted with beef if not vegetarian. Vegetables in the meal can be anything you like as well. The point of bibimbap is mixing well with gochujang and sesame oil according to individual's preference!