It’s fun to say, it's a beauty to behold, and it starts with everyone’s favorite Asian comfort food: warm white rice. But the magic of bibimbop is in its colorful mosaic of separately seasoned toppers. The simplest forms include shredded carrot, cucumbers, sprouts, and flavorful beef or chicken. More elaborate takes can include fish, exotic mushrooms, seaweed and mustard greens. The crown jewel of bibimbop is a fried egg (raw for the hardcore). And the king of all bibimbop is dolsot, which comes in a hot stone pot and forms a delectable crispy rice crust on the bottom. Top it with sriracha for an extra kick.