1. Prepare ingredients: beef, potatoes, carrots, tomatoes, 1 onion, garlic, ginger and green garlic
2. Wash the vegetables. Dice potatoes, carrots, tomatoes, and onions, pat the garlic and cut a few times, mince the ginger, and cut the green garlic, garlic and garlic leaves separately.
3. Pour more oil in the pan (the same oil is also used for the subsequent frying of carrots and potatoes). After heating the oil, add onion, garlic and garlic to fry for a fragrance. Then add the minced meat and stir-fry. When the minced meat is broken, add salt and pepper. Season to taste and continue to fry for a while until the oil is no longer visible.
Still use the crude oil in the original pot, add carrots and potatoes and stir fry.
6. Add salt and pepper to taste when the ingredients are broken.
5. Continue to fry for a while to make the ingredients softer. Then stir-fry the minced beef that has been fried before.
Stir-fry and add shiitake mushroom sauce and a small amount of soy sauce.
Note: If you add too much sauce, you can eat it as a bibimbap sauce, if you add less, it means the meal is one.
Add water and simmer for more than 10 minutes, and simmer until the soup is rich and soft, and the garlic sprouts are sprinkled into the pot.
Here, if you add more sauce, you can eat it as bibimbap, or bibimbap with noodles, etc. If you add less, you can eat it as a meal.