Well, I like spicy food more on the hot side. This one is get ready it’s hot. Great flavor well done. I was living in South Korea and this is there temperature.
SPICY KOREAN ‘MIXED RICE’ WITH SESAME, CARROTS AND SPINACH
Literally translates to ‘mixed rice’ but that doesn’t even begin to describe this Korean staple. The key component of this meal is gochujang—a deep red, spicy and immensely flavorful sauce made from Korean chiles and fermented miso. Fry an egg and slide it on top and you’ll swear you’re in your favorite Korean restaurant.
- Loaded with carrots, shiitake mushrooms, zucchini and spinach
- Medium grain white rice
- Chiles provide cardiovascular and immunity benefits
- 4-year shelf life
- Nutritional Info
Filling and spicy
My favorite flavor!
Good but Too spicy for me
Good flavor. Needs longer cooking time
INGREDIENTS: (notice how many you can pronounce!)
Carrots, Medium Grain White Rice, Onions, White Distilled Vinegar, Dried Zucchini, Gochugaru (Korean Red Chili Pepper), Brown Sugar, Dried Shiitake Mushrooms, Sesame Oil, Raw Sesame Seeds, Garlic, Red Miso Powder (Fermented Soybeans, Salt), Dried Spinach, Sea Salt, Dried Scallion
Bibimbap DirectionsX Tear pouch open and REMOVE oxygen absorber.
X SINGLE SERVING Add a little less than one cup (225ML) of BOILING (yes, boiling) water to bag.
X DOUBLE SERVING Add a little less than two cups (450ML) of BOILING (yes, boiling) water to bag.
X STIR and reseal. HANG OUT for 20 minutes. Think about how big the universe is.
X OPEN. STIR AGAIN. EAT. SMILE.
X Rehydration will take LONGER at higher altitudes.