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One-Dish Korean Dinner

Marinated bulgogi (recipe follows)

Prepare rice according to package instructions.

Fill a large pot halfway with water and bring to a boil. Add the spinach and boil about 1 minute. Drain. Allow to cool, then season with 1 tablespoon sesame oil, 2 teaspoons soy sauce and a couple of dashes of garlic salt. Transfer to a bowl and set aside.



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Repeat the process for the bean sprouts, boiling for 8 minutes instead of 1 minute, using 1 tablespoon of the remaining sesame oil, the remaining soy sauce and garlic salt, and set aside in a separate bowl. (Both of these can be prepared up to 1 day ahead.)

In a small bowl, combine the Sprite with the red bean paste and stir slowly until you have a thin sauce. (Warn guests that this is very spicy.)

Assemble the bibimbap. Pour about 2 teaspoons sesame oil into each of four bowls. Then, add about 1 cup cooked rice in the middle of each bowl. (Do not stir yet.)

Around the perimeter of the rice, add a fourth of the cooked bulgogi and each of the prepared vegetables. Put one egg on top of the rice in each bowl.

Allow each person to add the hot sauce mixture to their taste and then have them mix the ingredients well. Serves 4.

Per serving (based on 4, with bulgogi): 765 calories, 45 gm protein, 53 gm carbohydrates, 40 gm fat, 295 mg cholesterol, 10 gm saturated fat, 728 mg sodium, 7 gm dietary fiber

Bulgogi

3 tablespoons soy sauce

3 tablespoons granulated sugar

1 tablespoon sesame oil

1 tablespoon water


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