Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Tteokbokki


Sushi with roe is the best. Or not?

Korean cousine is a very good too.

Tteokbokki is a delicious rice cake commonly served in a spicy chili sauce from street carts all over Korea. The traditional version is a Royal Court recipe that is prepared with a soy based sauce.



This version is a delicious and savoury blend of shiro miso and spicy gochujang with the aromatics of sesame oil, balanced out with a little touch of honey. This has a little kick of spice, but nothing too overwhelming. Another great thing about this recipe is that you can use whatever leftover vegetables you got in the fridge.

Hooray for clean fridge!

Enjoy it and good luck!