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List of Korean desserts

Hotteok is a variety of filled Korean pancake, and is a popular street food of South Korea.

This is a list of Korean desserts. Korean cuisine known today has evolved through centuries of social and political change. Originating from ancient agricultural and nomadic traditions in southern Manchuria and the Korean peninsula, Korean cuisine has evolved through a complex interaction of the natural environment and different cultural trends.[1]

Korean desserts

Bungeoppang is a pastry prepared using an appliance similar to a waffle iron.

Hangwa

corn, sweet potatoes, or mixed grains. The steamed ingredients are lightly fermented and boiled in a large pot called a sot.

Hangwa is a general term for Korean traditional confectionery. Common ingredients in hangwa are grain flour, honey, yeot, sugar, fruit or edible root.

Tteok

Tteok being pounded; undreds of different kinds of tteok are eaten year round
Injeolmi is a variety of tteok, or Korean rice cake, made by steaming and pounding glutinous rice flour.

Tteok is a class of Korean rice cakes made with glutinous rice flour (also known as sweet rice or chapssal), by steaming.

See also

Korean desserts

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