Now At Mukbang Shows Restaurant We Present to you Tteok-kkochi
Tteok-kkochi is a type of Korean rice cake made by steaming glutinous rice flour. It is a popular street food in Korea and can be either savory or sweet. The word “tteok” means rice cake in Korean, while “kkochi” means stick. This refers to the stick-like shape of the rice cakes.
Tteok-kkochi served with a sweet and spicy dipping sauce. The sauce made with gochujang (Korean chili paste), soy sauce, honey, and vinegar. Sprinkled with sesame seeds or peanuts. Looking for a delicious and unique snack? , tteok-kkochi is definitely worth trying!
How Tteok-Kkochi is born
The process of making tteok-kkochi begins with mixing glutinous rice flour with water. This process is to form a dough. The dough is then steamed until it becomes soft and sticky. Once it has steamed, it then shapes into long, thin sticks and then cuts into small pieces.
The last step is to coat the pieces in a mixture of cornstarch and water. This process helps to keep them from sticking together. Rice Cakes is eaten immediately after it has been made. Yet, it can also be stored in the refrigerator for up to a week.
As mentioned earlier, tteok-kkochi is often served with a dipping sauce. That sauce is made with gochujang(Korean chili paste), soy sauce, honey, and vinegar. It comes with sesame seeds or peanuts. If you’re looking for a delicious and unique snack. Tteok-kkochi is definitely worth trying!