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Korean

Korean Bibimbap

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12 Min
Easy
Korean Bibimbap normally consists of rice, but we like to mix it up so this version uses noodles instead.

Ingredients

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2 portions
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1 pkt
Maggi Fusian Mi Goreng Hot & Spicy Noodles
1 tbsp
Oil
200 g
Chicken, mince
2 
Egg
120 g
Snow peas, sliced thinly
100 g
Soybean Sprouts
1 tbsp
Sesame Oil
4 Sprigs
  ( 100 g )
Spring onions, finely sliced
1 
  ( 200 g )
Red Capsicum

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Nutrition Value

Energy
647.63 kcal
Protein
37.55 g
Carbohydrates
37.15 g
Fats
39.9 g
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Instruction

12 Minutes
step 1
5 Min
Place noodles into a medium saucepan, cover with boiling water, cook for 5 minutes. Drain well and place back into the saucepan with flavor sachets, combine well and place into serving bowl.
Step 2
5 Min
Heat oil in a medium fry pan. Add chicken mince and cook for 3 – 4 minutes stirring continuously until lightly brown. Move mince to the side of the pan and crack eggs into pan. Cook sunny side up for 3 minutes or until desired.
step 3
1 Min
Meanwhile, heat a non stick frying pan over high heat. Add bean sprouts, half the green onions and sesame oil and cook for 1 minute.
step 4
1 Min
Place mince, snow peas, bean sprouts and mushrooms on top of noodles. Top with fried eggs and finish with remaining spring onions, chilli and lime if desired.
Korean Bibimbap

step 1 of 4

Place noodles into a medium saucepan, cover with boiling water, cook for 5 minutes. Drain well and place back into the saucepan with flavor sachets, combine well and place into serving bowl.

Korean Bibimbap

Step 2 of 4

Heat oil in a medium fry pan. Add chicken mince and cook for 3 – 4 minutes stirring continuously until lightly brown. Move mince to the side of the pan and crack eggs into pan. Cook sunny side up for 3 minutes or until desired.

Korean Bibimbap

step 3 of 4

Meanwhile, heat a non stick frying pan over high heat. Add bean sprouts, half the green onions and sesame oil and cook for 1 minute.

Korean Bibimbap

step 4 of 4

Place mince, snow peas, bean sprouts and mushrooms on top of noodles. Top with fried eggs and finish with remaining spring onions, chilli and lime if desired.

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