Korean Bibimbap is a meal we can all agree on. It's delicious. Come and learn how to make all the little bits and bobs that make this rice bowl so tasty, and we'll show you how to achieve that crispy toasted rice on the bottom, everyone's favorite part!
Dolsot Bibimbap is a specific type of rice bowl in which the rice is packed into a very hot stone bowl so that it crisps and browns on the bottom adding a crunchy texture and a depth of flavor. We're going to sub out a pan for the stone bowl, so it's something you can more easily recreate at home, but end with the same flavors and textures you love.
We're going to top our rice with Beef Bulgogi, which is marinated beef and onions quickly stir-fried. Besides that we will have a few veggies in simple preparations to add a variety of textures, colors, and flavors to the dish. Of course, we'll have an egg to put on top, and a couple different sauces to choose from.
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Bibimbap Rice Bowl
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Authentic Korean Flavors & Techniques
Chef Instructor: Jason Louda Chef Jason Louda was born and raised in Cincinnati, but has never strayed far from his Eastern Kentucky, Appalachian roots. Beginning at the age of 15, Chef Jason has built his career from the ground up with one motto in mind..."Cooking should be fun. After all, it's just food." Working in many of the city's, best known farm to table restaurants, including La Soupe, Metropole and Chalk Food + Wine, and as the newest Culinary Adjunct at The Midwest Culinary Institute; Chef Jason has placed an emphasis on quality food being both accessible and inviting to all people. His food passions are for the simple dishes of his childhood, homemade pickles, preserves, smoked meats, and anything cooked over an open fire. Chef Jason's hope is you will leave his class with a smile on your face and a heart as full as your belly.
Our recipes use common ingredients that may or may not be specified in the menu, including various fruits and vegetables, nuts, meats, spices, wheat flours, etc. If you have a food allergy or dietary restriction we should be aware of, please call or email before attending the class. We may or may not be able to accommodate.
A minimum 48-hour notice via phone or in-person (not email) is required for class cancellations or rescheduling for reservations of one to three guests. A minimum 7-day notice via phone or in-person is required for class cancellations or rescheduling for reservation of four or more guests. If you are unable to attend a class, you are encouraged to send someone in your place. We cannot make exceptions.