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Cook the basmati rice: In a pot, bring water to a boil: 1 1/2 cup (2P), 3 cups (4P), 4 1/4 cups (6P). Add the basmati rice and season with salt. Cover and cook over low heat for 10-12 minutes or until the water is absorbed.
Prepare the beef: Pad the steak dry using scott towel. Add the steak to a bowl. Season with salt & pepper. Sprinkle with the cornstarch. Combine.
Cook the beef: In a deep skillet, on medium-high heat, add a generous drizzle of oil. Once the oil is hot, fry the steak for 7-8 minutes or until crispy. Remove from the pan and put on a paper towel.
In a small bowl add the bibimbap sauce mix and water 1 tbsp (2P), 2 tbsp (4P), 3 tbsp(6P). Combine.
Add the bibimbap sauce to the steak. Combine. Bring to a boil and set aside.
Cook the chinese broccoli (pan or microwave): Wash and cut the chineese broccoli into 2 inch pieces.
Pan: Add a drizzle of oil to a pan over medium-high heat. Add 1 to 3 tbsp water (depending on the size of the pan). Cover. Cook the chineese broccoli for 2 to 3 minutes. Season with salt.
Microwave: In a bowl, add the chineese broccoli and a sprinkle of water. Microwave in 15 to 30 seconds incerments until lightly seamed. Season with salt.
Zesty tip: Drizzle the cooked chineese broccoli with a few drops of sesame or chili oil.
Plate your dish: Serve the beef with the chineese broccoli, kimchi and basmati rice. Garnish with sesame seeds.
Recommended Beer Pairing
DISTRICT GERMAN PILSNER LAGER
This German style Pilsner pours a brilliant gold with moderate carbonation. Noble hops balance perfectly with prairie 2-row malt for a uniquely refreshing approach to this style. Late addition hopping with Czech Saaz lend this beer its classically delicate aroma.
Producer: District Brewing Company
Note: We cannot guarantee any dish is allergen free.
Dr. Craig Herrington, Nathuropath
Owner of Regina Naturopathic
Fermented foods – KIMCHI
Fermented foods can improve cognitive (brain) function!
The bacteria found in kimchi can increase vitamin absorption, reduce inflammation in the digestive tract and support healthy immune function
Cooking with kids
Lacey Engel, Registred Dietician
Owner of Beyond Baby Nutrition
Cooking for kids?
Encourage kids to try new flavours like kimchi. If they don’t like it, no worries. It can take up to 20 exposures to learn to like new flavours.
Making this recipe with kids?
Ask the child to help by helping in the following step 1, 2 & 6:
- Add the water and rice to the pot.
- Sprinkle the cornstarch on the steak. Combine
- Plate their dish