Ingredients

How to make it

  • Put rice cake (dduk), soaked in boiling water still softened then drained
  • In a small bowl, mix soy sauce, red pepper flakes, garlic, sugar, sesame oil, ginger powder, salt, gochujjang; prepare sauce
  • In a large deep pan, boil the water, stir together with sauce till all is dissolved.
  • Add sliced onions, fish cakes and rice cakes, lower the heat & simmer about 5 minutes.-stirring to ensure that the thickening sauce coats everything properly.
  • Once the sauce has thickened and the rice cakes are soft all the way through, add sliced green onion and mix together.
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  • andysolbi 4 years ago
    anyeong...i need to ask u...im from malaysia..where can i get the rice cake?Can i replace with the macarony?Plz email me ur answer.....
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  • raeganlady 5 years ago
    This Korean dish is awesome! My mom hardly made it, but when we went over to her Korean friends' house it was always there! I also enjoy spicy squid, looks like the same sauce could be used for that recipe....
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  • suzieindenver 5 years ago
    My Korean exchange student made this for me and I became hooked! It's awesome if you like spicy. I buy my rice cake at an Asian market. You can't really find it at a regular grocery store. Easy to make and yummy!
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    " It was excellent "
    notyourmomma ate it and said...
    Very nice post, pleased to see this, can't wait to try it.
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  • drummerchickie_07 5 years ago
    I joined up just to comment on this...
    I'm Canadian and I travelled to Korea this summer. Ddukboki is definately one of my favorite foods there, and I crave it so much. Thanks for the recipe!!!! Its amazing you need to try it if you haven't already ^_^
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  • frandee 6 years ago
    I have had this in my travels. Yes, comfort food with zing and spice!
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  • frandee 6 years ago
    I have had this in my travels. Yes, comfort food with zing and spice!
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  • meileen 6 years ago
    Hi! I'm half Korean and this dish was one of my favorite that my mom used to cook for me. Now, I can try it all by myself without having to make mom do it or go out to a Korean restaurant to eat it. Thanks!
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