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Po' Man's Bibimbap (or Essentially Egg on Rice)

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1 Serving Easy
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3 Ratings 

Ingredients (5)

  • 1 Egg (per person)
  • 1 Teaspoon of Oil
  • 1 Serving of Cooked Rice (or left over rice from Chinese Take-Out)
  • Soy Sauce
  • (Optional) Seasame Seeds or Tarako Furikake (Which is like Dried Nori, Seasame Seeds, and Miscellaneous Seasoning) for garnishing
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Po' Man's Bibimbap (or Essentially Egg on Rice)

Inspired by the Korean dish, and inspired is really used loosely here. You can goose this recipe up several ways. One way is a fry up some veggies in oil, garlic and ginger, maybe toss in some marinated thin strips of beef, chicken, or tofu. You can class up this dish real easy, or make it totally no frills like I’ll show here.

Instructions

  1. 1Cook up some rice, or re-heat some old rice if that’s your situation
  2. 2Heat up pan, add oil, and fry egg sunny side up.
  3. 3(Optional) Sprinkle on the Seasame Seeds or the Tarako Furikake (I happen to have this lying around) on the warmed rice.
  4. 4Slap the egg on the rice, add soy sauce according to your tastes.
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