Monday, July 11, 2011

Spicy rice cake (Dukbokki)

Dukbokki is one of the most popular street foods in Korea. It's very easy to make and a great quick dish for a meal, snack, or girl's night.

ingredients for 4 people:
-100g rice cake (found in korean markets frozen or fresh. If they are frozen, put them in a pot with water and boil them until they get soft)
- 1/3 of small cabbage cut into 1 inch pieces
- 1/2 small onion sliced
- half pack of ramen noodles
- 100g fish cake
- 2 hard boiled eggs halved
- 2 1/2 cups water
- 5 T red pepper paste
- 1 t soy sauce
- 1 1/2 T sugar
- Cooking oil
- 3 T chopped green onions

Heat oil in a pan and stir fry the cabbage and onion.

Add water and red pepper paste. Mix well.

Add sugar.

When it starts boiling, add ramen noodles and turn the heat to low.

Add rice cake.

Add fish cake

Add soy sauce.

When the ramen noodles are cooked, add green onion.

Add eggs.

Put on a serving plate and garnish with green onion slices.

15 comments:

Ana Degenaar said...

Stopping by your blog is always such a treat! Yum!

Caroline said...

Yum - I've been craving dukbokki. Thank you!

tannaz said...

yum! used to love the dukbokki at dan sung sa in ktown, but never thought to make it at home! this looks great.

Jennifer said...

Omg this looks sooo delicious. Can't wait to try it!

UniqueLapin said...

Looks so delish, i think i'm making this today!

made my monday!!!! :) :) :)

Matt said...

This looks sooooo good!

an ordinary girl said...

i love this blog! i've always wanted to make this!

Lindsey said...

can i just say -- thank you SO much for doing this blog. i lived in korea (gangneung) for one year and miss the food, but never learned how to make it because dining out was so fun/cheap/interactive i didn't work up the motivation.

i have a big request -- since it's full summer now, can you make bibim makguksu? it's by far my favorite korean dish and i have no idea what goes into it ... thank you thank you!!

Tina said...

Love your blog and the presentation is beautiful. Also, the step by step photos are SO helpful and I will definitely be making some of the recipes soon!

Marie said...

Love this stuff so much! Gorgeous photos as always!

Yuki Chan said...

looks so yammy *-*

Derikulous said...

Does this have a similar taste to topokki?

Bo said...

@ Derikulous
Yes, I think you are referring to the same dish.

stampedconcrete said...

looks so delicious ..

Anonymous said...

what does "t" represent for measurements?