Tteokbokki - Tteokbokki (Spicy Rice Cakes)

There are also variations of tteokbokki where the sauce is slightly different, like the new rose tteokbokki that has milk to make it creamy.

Tteokbokki (Korean Spicy Rice Cakes) Recipe

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If you leave the lid on, the condensation will just drip back into the pot and water the broth down.

Then jjolmyeon noodles, ramen and pour the sauce we made earlier.

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Maybe you just keep saltines on hand to serve with soups or you spread them with peanut butter for a fast snack.
Also, note — you can make a soup stock with these ingredients too.
When these are mingled with tteokbokki sauce, they just taste even better!

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    Tteokbokki is one of the most popular Korean street food s in Korea. Among other things, today’s recipe is made with Korean rice cakes, Korean fish cakes, Korean soup stock / dashi stock and gochujang (Korean chili paste)! It’s super delicious, umami rich and highly addictive!
    By: cschelz|||||||||
    What is tteokbokki? Literally translated as “stir-fried rice cake,” t teokbokki (떡볶이) is a beloved Korean rice cake dish with many variations and a rich history. It’s also spelled ddukbokki, ddeokbokki, dukbokki or topokki. This spicy rice cake dish is enormously popular as a street food and also often enjoyed at home.
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    Boil for 15 minutes over medium high heat without the lid. Combine hot pepper paste, hot pepper flakes, and sugar in a small bowl. Remove the anchovies and kelp from the pot and add the rice cake, the mixture in the bowl, the green onion, and the optional fish cakes and hard boiled eggs. The stock will be about 2½ cups.
    By: Amphal|||||||||
    Instead of gochujang, this version (also known as Royal Court tteokbokki) is a slightly sweet, savory dish made with guk-gangjang (국간장 – soup soy sauce), a thin by-product of doenjang. Guk-gangjang can also be made by diluting doenjang (fermented soya bean paste) with brine.
    By: bekindbehappy|||||||||
    What is tteokbokki? Stroll along any city center in Korea, and you’ll find plenty of pojangmacha and bunsikjip (street food stalls and snack bars) making and selling tteokbokki (떡볶이). Also spelled ddukbokki, it is a dish of Korean rice cakes (garaetteok), most commonly stir-fried in a spicy sauce made from gochujang (red chili paste) and a savory broth. Similar to Japanese dashi, this.
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