Credit to @zarskitchen SPICY SWEET STICKY GOCHUJANG GLAZED TTEOKBOKKI WITH SMOKY JAPANESE SAUSAGES
DAMNNN these were good!!.. If you haven’t tried these tteokbokki before then you need to, Korean rice cakes which take minutes to cook and are so are fab to have in your larder for a quick fix. Paired with these smoky succulent Japanese sausages (another AMAZZZZZING thing to have in your fridge and they keep for ages!). Both are glazed with a delicious sweet, sticky spicy glaze made from gochujang paste, honey, rice vinegar, soya, brown sugar and sesame oil.
You can find Tteokbokki and Smoky Japanese sausages in your local Asian supermarket, I’ll post the pics of packaging in the PRODUCTS section in my highlights soon, tteokbokki are also available from Amazon.
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⬇️ Recipe below ⬇️
Prep Time: 15 mins
Cooking Time: 10 mins
450g Korean Rice Cake
Oil for the grill
400g Japanese smoked pork sausages *NH FOOD BRAND*
2 Spring onions sliced into rounds
1 tsp Toasted sesame seeds
1/4 cup Gochujang
1 tbsp Honey
1 tbsp Rice vinegar
1/2 tbsp Soya sauce
1 tsp dark brown sugar
1 tbsp Sesame oil
1. Submerge the rice cakes in boiling water for 30 seconds until soft or follow packet instructions, drain, set aside
2. Pierce the rice cakes and sausages one at a time onto the skewers
3. Make the sauce by adding all ingredients to a saucepan and heating on medium high heat only for a minute so the sugar dissolves, stir continuously
4. Heat and oil a griddle pan or BBQ and cook the skewers for 2 minutes on each side until starting to brown slightly, remove from the grill and generously brush with the glaze
5. Place onto a platter, garnish with spring onions and sesame seeds
6. Serve immediately, enjoy!