Ggul Tteok(꿀떡) and Makgeolli (막걸리)

tteok and makgeolli

tteok and makgeolli

Koreans have lots of varieties of traditional sweet rice cakes or in Korean –  tteok (떡) which are usually made with glutinous rice flour. I do not usually like sweet stuff but I definitely can’t resist tteoks which are usually not too sweet. The above picture shows Ggul tteok (꿀떡) which literally means honeyed tteok.  Unlike the name, they are not stuffed with honey but with Korean syrup.

Usually tteoks are eaten with a cup of tea but I chose having them with a can of Makgeolli (막걸리) !

See also
Teumsae Ramyeon – A review of the Korean instant noodles
Have your Pepero on Pepero Day!

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