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How to make Korean rice cake skewers (Tteok Kkochi) at home. It's one of the most popular Korean street food! It's simply delicious and addictive! | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Korean Rice Cake Skewers (Tteok Kkochi)

Crunchy, delicious and addictive Korean rice cake skewers (Tteok Kkochi) recipe! Do you like rice cakes? I love them. I particularly love the soft and chewy texture of them. Korean rice cakes are usually one of these types – sweet varieties or savory varieties. Today I want to share my Korean rice cake skewers (Tteok …

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Ddeok (Korean Rice Cake) Cafe - Jilsiru 9

Korean Rice Cake Cafe – Jilsiru

Look at these beautiful cakes! Can you believe that they are actually Korean rice cakes?! I was very surprised to see them because of their beauty and magnificence. Some of these rice cakes can be easily mistaken as western style cakes, like this one. This wine rice cake looks like a type of cheese cake but it …

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Gungjung Tteokbokki (Korean Royal Court Rice Cakes) | MyKoreanKitchen.com

Gungjung Tteokbokki (Korean Royal Court Rice Cakes)

Gungjung Tteokbokki is a Korean royal court cuisine that originated from the royal palace in the Joseon dynasty. Gungjung means “palace or royal court” in English. It is known as king’s snack. Unlike typical Tteokbokki (Korean spicy rice cakes), Gungjung Tteokbokki is not spicy but rather savoury. Gungjung Tteokbokki vs. Tteokbokki If you are familiar with Korean …

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Colorful Rice Cake (Mujigae Ddeok)

I like this rice cake’s color, it is so beautiful. It looks sweet but it tastes plain. (so my husband doesn’t like it as much.)Its price was 2000 won (US $2.10). It seemed expensive to me since it is only 3 pieces. Mujigae (무지개) means “rainbow” in Korean. Apparently this has the meaning of “Achieve …

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