Introducing famous Bunsik (분식) in Korea
Imagine delicious late night 라면 (ramyeon), paired with scrumptious 떡볶이 (tteokbokki) with 어묵 (fishcake) after a satisfying day at the market eating 호떡 (hotteok), 핫도그 (corn dog), and 김밥 (kimbap). Scroll each post to learn more!
Ramyeon(라면) means instant noodle in Korean. Satisfy your late night cravings with Ramyeon (라면)!
Tteokbokki (떡볶이) means spicy rice cake in Korean. Tteokbokki (떡볶이) is normally cooked with rice cake, fishcake and a spicy sauce. You can add on different toppings too!
Kimbap (김밥) is a Korean seaweed rice roll filled with a variety of delicious fillings. You can add on different fillings and make interesting combinations of fillings! Here’s a tip on how to roll a Kimbap (김밥).
Hotteok (호떡) is a flour dough pancake filled with sugar syrup inside. You can add on different fillings! Here’s a tip on how to make a Hotteok (호떡) with a Hotteok (호떡)Press.
Corn Dog (핫도그) are made from either sausage, mozzarella cheese, or a combination of the two. This is skewered and coated in a sweet flour batter before rolled in a layer of topping! Here’s a short video of frying the Corn Dog (핫도그)
Fishcake (어묵) are made with ground or minced fish fillets. Some types of fishcakes are mixed with vegetables, seasonings, eggs and flour! Here are some ways to cook Fishcake (어묵).
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