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Glutinous Black Rice Cakes

Glutinous Black Rice Cakes

My husband brought some interesting looking rice cakes from school today. He said one of his colleagues gave them to him. He tends to bring food home from school when he isn’t sure about it, so I am basically a his poison tester. πŸ™‚ I haven’t seen these kind of rice cake before so I didn’t know what it was called at first.

I tasted a bit, it was glutinous and sweet. It has some beans, seeds, and jujube (chinese red dates), as you can see, it looks and feels really healthy too.

When I confirmed that it is not contaminated, my husband had small bite too (he has some allergies). He liked it and he asked for more bites.

I researched on the internet a little bit and not long after I found what it is called. It is called Hkmi Chal Ddeok (흑미찰떑) in Korean, which means glutinous black rice cake. So I added this rice cake on my do recipe list. Hope I can share my recipe soon. πŸ™‚

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Written by: Sue

Last Updated: May 13, 2019
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Welcome to my Korean kitchen! I’m so happy that you're here. I am Sue, the creator behind My Korean Kitchen (since 2006). I love good food and simplifying recipes. Here you will find my best and family approved recipes. Thanks for stopping by!

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8 thoughts on “Glutinous Black Rice Cakes”

  1. looking for a recipe similar to the glutinous rice cake.. but the one i tasted had pumpkin, not beans. it was so yummy, please help. cant find recipe anywhere?

  2. Nice to pass by your blog again after meeting you in Probloggers project. Are they cake-like (chewy) or biscuit-like(crispy)? They look like pretty black rice cookies to me.


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