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Here’s An Easy Rice Cake (Tteobokki) Recipe For All Korean Food Lovers

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Good day foodies! If there’s one thing we all miss during MCO, it has definitely got to be Korean food, right? The joy of savouring a bowl of Ramyun, or Kimchi Stew is long gone due to the extension of MCO. So, what if we tell you that you can actually have a Korean food fest at home? No, we’re not kidding, because we just found a rather simple rice cake (Toppokki or Tteobokki) recipe that will satisfy all your Korean food cravings.

Make Your Own Tteobokki At Home With This Simple Recipe

Anyone who has tasted rice cakes will know that they’re irresistible mainly due to its chewiness. As each rice cake is slathered with Gochujang Sauce, the sweet and spicy flavours truly complete the Tteobokki. If you miss chewing on rice cakes, then today’s recipe is for you. When you’re ready, just scroll down!

Tteobokki Recipe
Photo: @Zurina Zulkefli (Facebook)

Rice Cake

Ingredients

  • 1 cup glutinous rice flour
  • 3 tbsp of wheat flour
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • A little sesame oil
  • Warm water

Step 1: Mix all the ingredients and knead until they form a dough (the dough isn’t supposed to be sticky)

Tteobokki Recipe
Photo: @Zurina Zulkefli (Facebook)

Step 2: Then, roll the dough vertically to create long strips of rice cake and cut into 1-inch portion

Tteobokki Recipe
Photo: @Zurina Zulkefli (Facebook)
Tteobokki Recipe
Photo: @Zurina Zulkefli (Facebook)

Step 3: Brush sesame oil on a plate and place the rice cakes on the plate then steam for 5 minutes (optional to boil)

Tteobokki Recipe
Photo: @Zurina Zulkefli (Facebook)

Step 4: After 5 minutes, transfer the rice cakes into a bowl of cold water to retain the tender texture

Tteobokki Recipe
Photo: @Zurina Zulkefli (Facebook)
Tteobokki Recipe
Photo: @Zurina Zulkefli (Facebook)

Toppoki Sauce

Ingredients

  • 3 cloves of chopped onion
  • Cooking oil
  • Chilli paste (1 tbsp)
  • Tomato Sauce (1 tbsp)
  • Chilli Sauce¬†(1 tbsp)
  • Oyster Sauce (1 tbsp)
  • Sugar (to tasting)
  • Chicken Stock (1 tsp)

Step 1: Heat up the cooking oil, add in chopped onion and fry till fragrant

Step 2: Add in chilli paste, tomato sauce, chilli sauce, oyster sauce, sugar and chicken stock

Step 3: Mix the sauces together until it forms a thick consistency

Step 4: Add in rice cakes and other preferred ingredients such as hotdogs and cook for a few minutes

Tteobokki Recipe
Photo: @Zurina Zulkefli (Facebook)

Tip: You can also add on a boiled egg to the dish.

Tteobokki Recipe
Photo: @Zurina Zulkefli (Facebook)
Tteobokki Recipe
Photo: @Zurina Zulkefli (Facebook)

See? Nothing is impossible and once you’ve mastered the Tteobokki and Gochujang sauce recipe, then you can savour them while binge-watching on your favourite K-Drama. Sounds like a perfect plan to us. Anyway, let us know how it goes, we’d love to see your end product! Till next time!

This recipe is by Zurina Zulkefli

Also Read:¬†Here’s How You Can Turn OREO Cookies Into A Moist Chocolate Cake

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