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Tteokbokki – Spicy Korean Rice Cakes

If you enjoy Korean street food, you'll adore this delicious handmade tteokbokki dish! It's inexpensive, flavorful, and satisfying, making it ideal for a spicy lunch, dinner, or quick snack. 

The simple stock base includes powdered dashi and traditional Korean spices such as Korean chili flakes and gochujang paste.  

Keep it simple with just the core stir-fried rice cakes, or add other ingredients like Korean fish cakes (eomuk) or leftover vegetables from the fridge! 

Tteokbokki is bright red and served in a blue bowl. A pair of chopsticks rests on the edge. What is tteokbokki?   Tteokbokki, also known as ddukbokki or topokki, is a popular Korean street food recipe! 

Soft and chewy rice cakes are stir-fried in a thick tteokbokki sauce prepared from seaweed or fish stock, gochujang paste, and gochugaru chili flakes. 

It is available at bunsikjip snack bars and pojangmacha street food booths, where street vendors work behind enormous hot plates to stir fry the rice cakes in vivid red tteokbokki sauce.  

Some will serve it with eomuk fish cakes separately or on skewers, while others would serve it with seafood or boiled eggs topped with green onions.  

We first discovered tteokbokki rice cakes while wandering the alleyways of Nampo-dong in Busan, South Korea. This establishment is made for foodies.  

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