Bibimbap is a Korean mixed meal or mixed rice, either serve warm or cold. Usually consists of few banchan (Korean side dishes), raw or fried egg, beef (or pork/chicken) and mixed with gochujang (Korean red pepper paste), sesame oil and toasted sesame seeds. "Dolsot Bibimbap" is mixed rice in a hot stone pot. The stone pot will keep the rice warm. I had some leftover from the Korean meal that I prepared earlier so I made bibimbap out of it. I didn't add any gochujang, sesame oil or sesame seeds because my banchan and the dak-galbi already flavored with those.
Mixed well together
It did not look too appetizing when mixed together but it was delicious! To me, the vegetarian bibimbap that consists of all the veggies side dishes, mixed with gochujang, sesame oil and toasted sesame seeds is actually quite healthy.