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A Korean dish of rice topped by cooked, seasoned vegetables such as spinach, carrots, and mushrooms, and often red pepper paste, sliced beef or other meat, and a raw or fried egg. The ingredients are mixed together by the diner before eating, often in a hot stone bowl.

[Korean : bibim, a mixing (from bibida, to mix + -m, nominalizing suffix) + bap, cooked grains, cooked rice.]
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And although you can certainly serve it with plain leftover rice (white or brown, cold or warm), if you've got a little more time, don't pass up the opportunity to crisp up the rice in a pan, imitating the effect of so-called dolsot bibimbap, which is served in a hot stone dish that comes to the table sizzling.
The poetically-named bulgogi dolsot bibimbap combined beef, strips of vegetable and steamed rice in a stoneware pot so hot the thing was sizzling - as, apparently, it is meant to do.