Bi Bim Bap-a-LuLa
Bibimbap is just a fancy Korean name for rice and a bunch of leftovers thrown together with a fried egg on top. Need to clean out your fridge? Want some lunch? Have 5 minutes to spare? Bop, cat, bop. (I swear that was not a Koreans-eat-cats joke. It was a nod to the great Gene Vincent.)
1 day old container of takeout rice (save some, you don’t need to eat it all at once)
1 T Canola oil
½ C Kimchi
Whatever you have vegetables in your fridge at the end of their shelf life (I used red cabbage and an Indian green pea dish that was hanging around a few days)
1 T Soy Sauce
2 Fried eggs
Coat a large frying pan with oil and turn the heat to high.
Add the vegetables and Kimchi. Partially cook for 3 mins
Add the rice and stir fry, mixing everything together.
Use a wooden spoon to press the rice mixture down. We’re crisping the bottom of the rice now. So leave it alone for a few minutes and listen to it sizzle.
Divide the mixture onto 2 plates.
Fry 2 eggs in the frying pan and top each plate with an egg. Hit it with some ground pepper.