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Masaharu Morimoto: BuriBop

Masaharu Morimoto: BuriBop

Masaharu Morimoto, also known as The Iron Chef with a Michelin star, created a dish called Buri Bop. The dish was inspired by a traditional Korean dish called Bibimbap.

His BuriBop is considered one of his greatest creations so far. It has the following ingreedients: sushi grade yellowtail, egg yolk, rice, marinated spinach, fennel head ferns, pickled daikon, carrots, yuzu pepper, garlic-soy jus, and shredded nori.

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