+Seonkyoung: I want to meal prep bibimbap. Can I cook the veggies in advance and just put them all together when I'm ready to eat? I find this pretty time consuming and I was thinking if it's possible to store the pre-made veggies for about 5 days. I'm pretty busy and I have very little time to cook. I just thought bibimbap is a good way from me to add veggies in my diet. :)
Wah!! You're so charming!
Ok, I'm only 2 videos in & def subbing. This was a bit healthier than some others I've seen (one was nothing but cheese, I swear), but, more importantly, keeps a lot of flavor & adds a lot of texture – which I love!
Perfect! Thanks again for the recipe ideas!
Your husband found a gem! Great editing too!
You're so adorable it's hard to tear myself away from your videos. Thank you for such lovely content.
Lovely greetings from Indonesia ! The first time me n my family tried this dish @ a korean rest, we instantly fell in love……now, after watching ur video, we know how to make it in our own home (love ur accent, btw!). Million thanks 4 sharing, even though it takes long prep to cook, u really made it fun to do so.
I'm just in love with Korean food. Happy that you share your bibimbap recipe. Keep uploading more Korean food recipe, please ! Thank you, you are lovely chef at home :)
You're such a cutie Seonkyoung! re-watching all your videos <3
I'm Korean and I have been eating bibimbap and she didn't put bean sprouts or buckwheat slices and you don't put regular kimchi you put the stems of ponytail kimchi (just sayin)
What is the food processor you are using? I have been looking for one that has a large bowl and a smaller one instead of having a small processor for prep and sauces and a larger one. I am looking to combine them. Thank you!
It looks delicious,and you are very beautiful
cool and sexy entertaining !
shes so perky, im in love.
you are so sweet.wanna try this one.thankz for uploading
Love the video
very cute !..
Unnie how are you I made your bibimbap today tomorrow I'm going to make Again bossam hihi.but one thing how long I can keep the bibimbap sauce in the fridge?thank you so much unnie
just one question.. and why do koreans add sugar in almost every dish they make? i have noticed that salt is used less, and sugar is used more often. is it like people there eat sweet gravy instead of salty ones?
I m really a big fan of korean food and u help me how to prepare it , so glad to found ur channel ★♡
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