Tongin Market Tteokbokki (Spicy Rice Cakes)
In Korea, tteokbokki (tech-boke-ee) comes in many guises. The ubiquitous street-food version consists of rice cakes floating
in a sweet-spicy sauce made with corn syrup and gochujang (Korean chile paste). This take, served in only one particular market
in Seoul, was the simplest and most delicious we know of—crisp on the outside and chewy within. You’ll find rice cakes for
tteokbokki at Korean markets; they’re about the size of a thumb.
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