The name of this Korean classic means "mixed rice". Vegetables, meat, sometimes seafood, and egg are served on bowls of rice and mixed together just before eating and seasoned with a chilli paste.
Note Gochujang is a Korean chilli paste. It's available from Asian grocers; if it's unavailable substitute another chilli sauce. The egg yolks are added raw, so use the freshest eggs - free-range and organic even better. If you're squeamish about raw yolk, fry the eggs instead.
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