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Rice cake for Chuseok (songpyeon)

August 19, 2012 in General recipes

Chuseok is coming, so with my friend Jina I will show you how to make songpyeon, Korean rice cake that everyone loves. * I found a mistake that I made in the video for white songpyeon dough, I wrote 3 ts hot water instead of 3 tbs hot water. 3tbs hot water is right. full recipe: Ingredients: Frozen rice flour, salt, water, sesame seeds, sesame oil, dried and skinned mung beans, brown sugar, white sugar, pine needles, mugwort powder (ssook garu in Korean), strawberry Jell-o powder. Make the dough: 1. Prepare a package of rice powder (2 lbs) usually sold frozen at a Korean grocery store. Just before using it, you must thaw it until the powder is at room temperature. 2. Put rice powder through a sifter to make the powder fine.Tip: If your rice powder is very fine, you can skip sifting. If your rice powder is coarse, you may have to grind it with a food processor or coffee grinder before sifting. 3. Prepare 3 stainless bowls and put 1 cup of finely sifted rice powder into the each bowl. (Bowl A, B, and C) 4. Boil 2 cups of water for your rice dough. 5. Bowl A (white songpyeon): add a pinch of salt and 3 tbs of boiling water and mix it with a wooden spoon. (it’ll be too hot if you use your hands at first) Knead the rice dough for about 5 minutes. Put the dough into a plastic bag and set it aside. 6. Bowl B (pink songpyeon): add a pinch of salt, a pinch of strawberry Jell-o powder, and 3 tbs of boiling water. Mix it with a wooden spoon and knead the rice dough

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Injeolmi rice cake

August 15, 2012 in General recipes Ingredients: Sweet rice flour (glutinous rice flour), salt, sugar, roasted soybean powder (and mugwort powder for ssuk injeolmi) Directions: 1. Place 1 cup of sweet rice flour, ¼ ts salt, 1 tbs sugar, and ¾ cup of water in a microwavable bowl. Mix it well to make rice cake dough. 2. Cover it with Saran wrap, and cook it in a microwave oven for 3 minutes. 3. Mix the hot dough with a wooden spoon for about 20 seconds. Put the Saran wrap back on and cook 1 more minute in the microwave. 4. Transfer the rice cake dough into a mortar and pound it for about 1 minute (pound 50 times). You’ll make bubbles and then hear the bubbles popping out while you pound, which mean the consistency of the rice cake is just right: chewy and elastic. *tip: Put a little cold water on your hands when you want to touch the dough so that it won’t stick to your fingers and will keep you from burning yourself. 5. Spread 1/2 cup roasted soybean powder on the cutting board and transfer the pounded rice cake over the soy bean powder on the cutting board so that the rice cake would stick to the cutting board. 6. Cut into bite size pieces. 7. Coat each piece of the rice cake with the roasted soy bean powder and transfer to a serving plate Sprinkle with sugar when you serve. Ssuk injeolmi Same directions as above, and add 1 tbs ssukgaru (mugwort powder) and 1 tbs water to the dough water you mix it. Injeolmi is rice cake made with sweet rice (glutinous rice). It’s one of the most popular

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Rainbow rice cake (“mujigae ddeok”)

August 10, 2012 in General recipes

How to make this beautiful and delicious multilayer Korean rice cake. The written recipe and photos and tips are posted on my website. I’m going to introduce a beautiful Korean rice cake today. It’s called mujigae ddeok (무지개떡). Mujigae means rainbow, so my ancestors must have got the idea for the name from a rainbow! I love it! This is an example of how they incorporated natural beauty into their everyday life. Even though the name of the rice cake is “rainbow rice cake,” it is usually made with only 3-5 different colored layers. That’s why this rice cake is sometimes called “colorful rice cake” (색떡, saekddeok). In this recipe, I am using 5 different colors from bottom to top: brown, green, yellow, pink, and white. This rice cake is made on special occasions like a baby’s 1 year old birthday, or a wedding. As you see in this video, making this rice cake takes a lot of effort and time, even though the ingredients are comparatively simple. However, if you make this rice cake for someone very special in your life, you wouldn’t care much about time and effort. : ) You may wish this while you’re rubbing the rice flour with your palms: “I wish my baby becomes healthy, smart, and a good, warm-hearted person!” “I wish my parents have healthy and long life!” “To show my love for my lovely husband (or wife) !” Leave a comment and let me know what you wish when you make this! Cooking time: 1.5 hours Ingredients: A 2 pound package of frozen rice flour, sugar

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