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Rose tteokbokki is a milder version of tteokbokki (spicy rice cakes) which is creamy, savory, and full of other flavors. It is served with boiled eggs and fresh parmesan cheese, and is very easy to prepare at home in just 30 minutes.
If you have never tasted this Korean delicacy, then you should definitely cook it in your home. And don’t worry, it just requires simple ingredients that are easily available in the market to make this recipe!
How To Make Rose Tteokbokki?
Rose Tteokbokki Recipe
- Large Deep Skillet
- Mixing Bowls
- 1.5 lb Of Tteokbokki Tteok
- 6 Strips Of Bacon Cut Into ½ inch Slices
- 1.5 Stalk Green Onion Sliced
- 6 Cloves Garlic Minced
- 18 Sausages Mini Size
- 5 – 6 Sheets of Fish Cake Cut Into Bite Size Pieces
For Rose Sauce
- 1.5 Cups Of Anchovy Stock
- 1.5 Cups Of Milk
- 0.75 Cup Heavy Cream
- 4.5 tbsp Gochujang
- 1.5 tbsp Gochugaru
- 1.5 tbsp Brown Sugar
- 1.5 tbsp Soy Sauce
- 1.5 tsp Green Onion Sliced
- 1.5 tsp Sesame Seeds Toasted
- 1.5 tsp Sesame Oil Toasted
- 4.5 Boiled Eggs
- Parmesan Cheese
- First, soak the tteokbokki in normal water before starting to prepare the sauce.
- Take a large deep skillet and cook the bacon until it becomes crispy. Now, remove it from the pan and keep it aside.
- Using the same skillet, add 1-2 tablespoons of vegetable oil, sliced green onions, and minced garlic. Saute everything for at least 1 minute or until they become slightly brown.
- Now add the anchovy broth, milk, heavy cream, soy sauce, brown sugar, gochugaru, and gochujang. Store well to combine everything. Bring it to a boil over medium to high heat for about 4 to 5 minutes.
- When the sauce is cooked well and boiling, it’s time to add the drained tteokbokki. Cook for 4 to 5 minutes or until they become soft. Keep stirring occasionally so that they do not stick to the bottom of the skillet.
- Next, add the fish cakes and sausages. Let it cook until the sauce becomes thick. It might take 8 to 10 minutes more. Also, it’s your choice how thick you want the sauce to be!
- Turn off the heat now. Then, add the bacon & sesame oil and mix properly.
- To serve, put the rose tteokbokki in a small bowl. Sprinkle some toasted sesame seeds, green onion, parmesan cheese, and add sliced boiled eggs. And it’s ready!
- Always try to use non-frozen tteokbokki to prevent frozen rice cakes from spreading out and breaking while it is being cooked.
- Remember, cook the dish over low to medium heat as the tteokbokki sauce tends to become thick quickly. Also, this will not overcook the rice cakes and prevent the tteokbokki sauce from thickening too quickly.
- You adjust the level of sickness in the dish. If you want to add more spice, add more gochugaru, and if you don’t, then add less.
- Adding sesame oil at the end is the best because it puts a nutty & toasted flavor to the rose tteokbokki dish. If it is cooked for too long, the flavor vanishes and that’s not what we desire!
- Rose tteokbokki tastes the best when it is served immediately but if you want to store it, then use airtight containers to refrigerate for 3 days and not more than that.
- You can reheat the rose tteokbokki in a microwave or on the stove until the rice cakes are chewy and soft.
So, what do you think? If you made this special rose tteokbokki dish at your home, please let us know your experience in the comment section below! Also, if you want to explore more Korean dishes or beverages, check our website Bite N Sip for interesting recipes.
What Exactly Is Rose Tteokbokki?
Rose tteokbokki is actually a spinoff of the traditional dish tteokbokki (spicy rice cakes). Tteokbokki means rice cakes that are in a cylinder-like shape and then they are sauteed in a spicy/savory gochujang sauce.
What Is The Taste Of Rose Tteokbokki Like?
Ross tteokbokki is soft & chewy in texture and has a strong flavor of white rice. The sauce holds a creamy, spicy, savory, and mild taste with a rich flavor of gochujang.
What Are The Additional Names Of Rose Tteokbokki?
As it is a fusion of Korean and Western dishes, it has got multiple names. Rose tteokbokki is also known as rose cream tteokbokki, cream tteokbokki, and rose carbonara tteokbokki.
What Is Rose Tteokbokki Sauce Made Of?
The yummy tteokbokki sauce is made with anchovy broth, gochujang, gochugaru, sesame oil, brown sugar, and soy sauce. Plus, milk, heavy cream, and garlic along with parmesan cheese enhance the flavor of the sauce.