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Easy Tteokbokki

Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: 10 minutes Serves 1 person

*Side note: Tteokbokki is a Korean spicy rice cake. It is usually serve as a side dish, snack or street food. This Tteokbokki recipe is the simplest and easiest ever with just 5 ingredients.

Made by our @BTSARMY kitchen staff member @ChellszYuHurdd

Ingredients:

-1 cup rice cake (dduk/tteok)

-2 tsp Korean spicy bean paste (gochujang)

-2 tsp sugar

-1 tsp soy sauce

-3/4 cup water


Instructions:

1. 1 cup of rice cakes is about 5-6 oz. Defrost frozen rice cakes.


2. Add water, gochujang, and sugar to pan and bring to a boil on a medium-high heat.


3. Add the tteokbokki tteok to the gochujang water and lower the heat to a simmer. Simmer for 8-10 minutes.


Serve hot and Enjoy!!


**Recipe note: When doing tteokbokki, fresh rice cakes are always preferable since the frozen ones end up dry and cracked but either one is fine (do what's better for your budget/availability). You can add boiled eggs, fish cakes, veggies, firm tofu or meats at your preference for added texture, making the dish heartier.

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2 Comments


C P
C P
Jan 19, 2021

Finished product - so so good


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C P
C P
Jan 19, 2021

Cooking it now 💜 one suggestion is to stir occasionally while it simmers so it doesn’t stick to the pan. 💜 I made mine with chicken and held back on the gochujang a bit at first because last time I used it it was almost too spicy 😅 any recommendations on ratio of ingredients for a little extra sauce without quite as much kick? It is still really really delicious though! Soooo good! 😍


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