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HomeEasy RecipesTteokochi or Ddeok-kkochi (Korean Rice Cake in Spicy Sauce)October 29, 2009235ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsAppLinkedinReddItEmailPrintTelegramMixLINE
I know tteokochi or ddeok-kkochi when I volunteered for the Korean pavilion-Folklorama in 2006. It reminds me of cilok (West Java) or pentol (in East Java) in Indonesia. The differences, cilok or petol is made from sago or tapioca flour and enhanced with a very small amount of beef. The sauce is kinda close with spiceness of chili while some cilok/pentol have a choice of spicy peanut sauce too.
They have another similarity, sold by the street food vendors.
Anyway, after the training, I just drove around Grant avenue and saw a new Korean store. I was thinking to give a try and found a bag of frozen rice that was pretty cheap. I used to go to Arirang on Portage avenue for Korean food stuffs.
I didin’t want to make Tteobokki or Ddeokbokki since I don’t have any fish cake and cabbage.
adapted from http://koreanfood-koreanet.blogspot.com/2009/08/tteokkochi-and-rabboki.html
50 pieces of rice cake (25 pieces if you use longer pieces)
2 tbsp gochujang (Korean red pepper paste)
3 tbsp ketchup
2 tbsp honey (you can substitute for corn syrup)
1/2 tbsp sugar ( I used 1/2 tsp sugar, but it was still too sweet for me. My suggestion, skip the sugar)
1 tbsp onion juice ( you can get this by using a garlic mincer, I used 1/4 of onion and grated instead)
1 clove garlic, minced
2 tbsp cooking wine (Mirim in Korean or Mirin in Japanese) -> you can substitute for vinegar
1 tbsp sesame oil
1 tbsp chopped peanuts
1 tsp ground black pepper
1. In a pot, bring water to a boil and put the rice cakes in. Boil frozen rice cakes for 1 minutes or until soften. If they are not frozen, boil them for 30 seconds.
2. Drain the soften rice cakes.
3. Thread 4 or 5 rice cakes onto the skewer.
4. Pan- fry them until golden brown with a small amount of oil. Set aside.
5. Meanwhile, you can make the sauce.
6. Coat cooked rice cakes with the sauce and ready to eat.
Mix all sauce’s ingredients in a sauce pan. At medium heat, bring to boil; stir occasionally.
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- noobcook October 29, 2009 At 1:02 PMThis is something I've never heard of. The sauce sounds delish!Reply
- noobcook October 29, 2009 At 8:02 PMThis is something I've never heard of. The sauce sounds delish!Reply
- Lia Chen October 30, 2009 At 12:53 AMThis is one of my favorite korean snack … yum … good great photography on your blog, love it!!Reply
- Lia Chen October 30, 2009 At 7:53 AMThis is one of my favorite korean snack … yum … good great photography on your blog, love it!!Reply
- Indonesia-Eats November 1, 2009 At 4:49 AM@ Noobcook: you should try this Korean snack.Lia Chen: hahaha now I know we love the same type of dish as well, Indonesian, Japanese and Korean 🙂Reply
- Indonesia-Eats November 1, 2009 At 11:49 AM@ Noobcook: you should try this Korean snack.Lia Chen: hahaha now I know we love the same type of dish as well, Indonesian, Japanese and Korean 🙂Reply
- pigpigscorner November 5, 2009 At 7:03 AMI always see this in Korean dramas! yours look amazing and what a cute name.Reply
- pigpigscorner November 5, 2009 At 2:03 PMI always see this in Korean dramas! yours look amazing and what a cute name.Reply
- Liz November 27, 2009 At 10:43 PMis it the same like ddubokgi?may try this one as well one day xx lizReply
- Indonesia-Eats November 28, 2009 At 12:54 AM@ pigpigcorner: now you can try to make [email protected] Liz:ddubokgi is from rice cake too, but it's cooked by mixing with fish cake and other stuffReply
- Liz November 28, 2009 At 5:43 AMis it the same like ddubokgi?may try this one as well one dayxx lizReply
- Indonesia-Eats November 28, 2009 At 7:54 AM@ pigpigcorner: now you can try to make it@ Liz:ddubokgi is from rice cake too, but it's cooked by mixing with fish cake and other stuffReply
- Cilok Pentol | Indonesia Eats | Authentic Online Indonesian Food Recipes June 14, 2013 At 7:36 AM[…] chewy balls are a part of my childhood snack. If Korea has tteokkochi (ddeokkochi) or tteokbokki (ddeokbokki), Indonesia has cilok or […]Reply
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