The Masaan actor, in one of her latest stories, shared a glimpse of her Korean meal that features a classic. Can you guess what it was? A bowlful of hearty Bibimbap (looks like veg Bibimbap). "Korean Khana", she captioned the picture.
Korean culture has definitely taken over the world. In the past few years, we have seen how K-dramas, K-pop music and, of course, Korean food, has earned a massive fan-following in India too. So much so that you’ll find many Korean eateries in the country as well as other parts of the world. From Bibimbap and Bulgogi to Kimbap and Korean fried chicken, people from different cultures have started indulging in Korean cuisine. If you ask us, we totally love Korean cuisine. No wonder we have bookmarked so many Korean recipes to try at home and restaurants to check out. And it seems to be the same for actor Richa Chadha too.
Richa, who has carved a niche for herself in the Indian film industry with her acting skill and choice of films, is making quite a buzz on social media too these days. The actor keeps her Insta family of over 2 million updated with slices from her daily life. The past few months have been a roller-coaster ride for her, as she celebrated her wedding with actor Ali Fazal with grand functions, spanning three cities and multiple days. However, Richa is now back to work and like always have been sharing snippets from her daily life, on the set and off it. This time, it is her food shenanigans that have us hooked.
The Masaan actor, in one of her latest stories, shared a glimpse of her Korean meal that features a classic. Can you guess what it was? A bowlful of hearty Bibimbap (looks like veg Bibimbap). "Korean Khana", she captioned the picture. Take a look.
Looks delicious, doesn’t it? Bibimbap is a Korean one-pot rice meal in which 'Bibim' means ‘mixing' and 'bap' refers to ‘cooked rice’. This means it is a dish prepared by mixing rice, vegetable, meat, and eggs, etc. A complete one-pot meal, Bibimbap has existed in Korea for centuries. It is said to have come from early rural Koreans, who took leftover vegetables, sometimes meat, with rice and mixed them in a bowl. This was cheap and did not require all of the time and space of a traditional meal, and hence was a popular dish.
If you too have started to crave the classic Korean one-pot dish, here’s a simple recipe of Bibimbap for you. You can easily make it at home for a quick, easy and comforting dish on a busy weeknight or a lazy weekend grub.