Rice Cake for TteokGuk

떡국 떡, TteokGuk Tteok

There are hundreds of different kinds of Tteok (떡) eaten year round. In Korea, it is customary to eat TteokGuk (떡국) on New Year’s Day. This special type of rice cake is for that soup.

Read more from Wikipedia…

  • Use:
    New Year Soup

  • Storage:
    Keep in the refrigerator.

Comments

  1. Rifa says

    hi, can you tell me how can i make tteok without a bread machine? because in the video, you said to go to this website to know how… thank you! :grin:

  2. Kwon Yuri 권 유리 says

    Hi Aeri:)
    I love your cooking
    Every single dish looks so delicious!!
    I’m half korean, because my 아빠 is’nt korean.
    Could you please make a recipe for mukbab??? that dish with vegetables like salad and kimchi, and acorn jelly. My 할머니 make it, and it taste so delicious!!
    But anyway:) I can’t get the recipe because my ve in Korea, and I don’t. I live in denmark with my korean 엄마 and danish 아빠.
    Thank you, Aeri
    Much Love xx Kwon Yuri <3 :smile:

  3. Ele says

    Aeri,

    Hola!!!…amazing blog! I’m a mexican girl totally in love with korean food ^^
    I already cooked bibimbap and 애호박전 taking by reference your instructable blog; I surprised my family and boyfriend with Korean food and now they love it too.
    I would like to try cooking 떡국 I just love it!!!. Unfortunately rice cakes are not available in Mexico, and I was wondering if there’s any way to make rice cakes by myself?
    Thanks 4 sharing your delicious secrets with us.
    Have a nice day!

    • Aeri Lee says

      hi Ele,
      I’m very happy to meet you. Wow.. you tried bibimbap and 애호박전.. hehe good job to make your family and bf happy with your food. thanks !!!
      I will add your request in my list. :)

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