Tteokbokki-Typical Korean Cuisine ~ World Food and Drink

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Tteokbokki-Typical Korean Cuisine

Tteokbokki-Typical Korean Cuisine
Tteokbokki is a tteok Korean snacks from rice flour cooked in a spicy flavor and sweet gochujang. Tteok used a rod-shaped or cylindrical. This is a popular snack food sold in pojangmacha. At first, these snacks from the food court of the Joseon Dynasty is called gungjung tteokbokki. At the time, these dishes are cooked with a huintteok soy sauce with ground beef, bagogari, green bean sprouts, parsley, shiitake, carrots, and onions. It was much different from the known tteokbokki spicy chili right now. In addition, tteok used to consist of five colors of Korea: red, yellow, white, black, and blue.


Sindang-dong area in Seoul is known as a place to eat tteokbokki. Fit the Korean War, a small kiosk in Sindang-dong is the first kiosk that sells tteokbokki with chili seasoning. Until now, the region-dong Sindang tteokbokki there are many stalls.


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