KOREAN STREET FOOD WORKSHOP
Alive with Korean soul, and rife with dazzling flavor, Korean street food is a nice way to immerse yourself in the culinary magic of Korean cooking.
Buckle up for an adventure through Korean street cuisine, as I put the spotlight on a few popular dishes you simply have to try.
Tornado potatos is a deep fried spiral-cut whole potato on a skewer, brushed with various seasonings such as onion, cheese, or spice mix.
Hotteok, is a fried pancake filled with a sugar and nut mixture or a savory veggie mixture. The batter is pressed flat on the pan with oil, and as the batter cooks, it develops a deliciously crispy exterior, while the sugar inside heats and melts.
Tteokbokki means “stir-fried rice cake”. The rice cake is cooked with gochujang (red chili paste), cabbage and green onion. The combination of the spiciness and sweetness from the gochujang sauce, and the chewy texture of the rice cake make for a truly yummy bite.
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