Exploring Ddukbokki — History, Variations, and Recipes in Cremensugar

  • Sept. 6, 2023, 2:34 a.m.
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Ddukbokki, also known as tteokbokki, is a delicious Korean street food. It features chewy rice cakes cooked in a spicy, slightly sweet gochujang sauce, often accompanied by fish cakes, vegetables, and eggs. 
“Dduk” means rice cake, and “bokki” means stir-fry, so Ddukbokki translates to “stir-fried rice cakes.” This dish’s history dates back to the Joseon Dynasty, evolving from an exclusive treat to a popular street food. Experience the fusion of tradition and innovation with Ddukbokki!
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Last updated September 06, 2023

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