Tteokbokki (Spicy Korean Rice Cakes) | Basics with Babish

Avaldati 25 märts 2021
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Tteokbokki is one of my all-time favorite foods: spicy, saucy n' chewy, it's the perfect way to get your carbs in. Provided you can get your hands on its 4 primary ingredients, it's also super-easy to make!
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    • Hey Babish by any chance could you do a scooby doo related food episode I'd like to see what you come up with to make them better

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  • "Sautée pin" ????

  • I know what I’m gonna do this weekend then! We keep frozen tteobokki on hand, but I prefer making things myself and this seems easy enough I can do it while taking care of my 3 month old

  • As a south korean, i can guarantee that this recipe is absolutely perfect

  • Is black glutinous rice flour suitable?

  • 어묵이나 양파, 당근 같은 야채 추가해도 맛있어요. 한국인인 나보다 더 잘 만들었네..

  • I highly recommend you should put some fish cake and some sugar which is very important. If u don’t have Dashi, you can put chicken stock instead.

  • 1:24 “Anywhere from a half teaspoon to two full teaspoons” * puts in three teaspoons *

  • 오뎅이랑 달걀도 넣어주세요ㅜㅜㅜㅜㅜ+치즈두....

  • 승우아빠 외국판이신가 ㄷㄷ 다 만드시네 승우아빠가 한국판 Babish Culinary Universe 인가...

  • the king of Korean BBQ sides

  • Ah yes, sesame oil, the kosher salt of korea.

  • Is there a way you can cover soy-based tteokbokki? I normally order that at restaurants because I'm allergic to capsaicin. >.

  • I love that he referenced Maangchi, she is truly a legend

  • I recently tried making Tteokbokki and I realized my first mistake was I picked up pre-made Tteokbokki sauce; it was unreasonably spicy! I have all of these ingredients already, so I'm thinking I'm going to have to make my own sauces from scratch from here on lol I don't mind spice, but I don't want to have to add as much spice-cutting ingredients to my food on top of drinking only milk with it like I did with the pre-made sauce...

  • I love that he credited maangchi :)

  • Trisha brought me to your channel!

  • Sorry if I am wrong but I thought it was “daishi”

  • Wow It's the way to be genuine Tteokbokki. cool!!

  • Where can I find the song playing in the background throughout the video

  • Hats off! He made tteok by himself! and I highly recommend to put some other vege ingredients like onion, cabbage or mushroom. actually you can add anything you want. just the sauce is important.

  • If I don't have microwave can I put it on a low heat on a stove?

  • Just tried this recipe TWICE. One where I soaked the rice cake for 10 minutes and another where I did NOT. Found out that you don’t need to soak them!!! They still come out nice, chewy, and delicious 🥸

  • HAHAHAHA thanks for a very helpful recipe with generous bonuses of punchlines everywhere. Best video of teokbokki so far!

  • I know it’s spicy rice cakes but I just keep thinking of tube pasta and tomato sauce

  • can't get over how milky smooth the ddeok looked after he pounded it

  • This video itself is legit

  • ??? : 떡볶이는 사드세요....제발

  • best way to make dokk is with cooked rice and basically pummel it till it looks like rice cake.

  • 중국애들 곧 떡볶이도 지네꺼라고 할듯...(Chinese will soon say that tteokbokki is their own)

  • 마늘양이 한국식이 아니네... 한스푼을 진짜 한스푼만 넣으시네

  • Kimchi , tteokbokki , Samgyetang - korea Not chinese

  • Wow!!!!

  • 떡볶이 말고 나중에 김치도(kimchi) please 👏

  • 정말 잘 만든 떡볶이!!

  • Bro what are you doing...? Are you seriously making Serious dashi for this? What a waste time. Just use freakin tap water for god’s sake Lol. that is ultimate dashi for tteokbboki.

  • First time cooking this, wish me luck 🤞🏾

  • is gochuchang really spicy? how spicy is tteokbokki?

  • 일단 쌀떡에서 거른다

  • So i tried to make this, and why you gotta lie/stretch the truth about the sesame oil, i had half a pound of sticky rice dough stuck to everything, AND I used nearly half a bottle of the oil after the small drizzle i did like you failed to keep it from sticking, now i am panicking with no idea what to do with all this sticky mess, i also pounded on it for half an hour to see if it would just firm up and unstick but it just made it worse, it did not firm up and become malleable at all. Idk if i did something wrong or not, as i started with straight up short grain sweet glutinous rice, and ponded it in a bread maker first.

  • 쯔아식들 떡볶이 맛에 빠져봐라

  • Y’all am I the only Asian who can’t eat spice? Cause like if I am then ig I’m white

  • don't think sugar is optional.

  • My brain is broken. I hate seafood and can't tolerate spice but I have always wanted to try this 😭 I know I'd hate it but I want to love it!

  • It's Korean

  • Thank you for saying gochujang correctly ❤️

  • What dashi are you using that has anchovy in it? Almost every dashi i've used is... tuna...

    • The dashi i get is usually made of bonito, guess any fishy fish works

  • Everyone thought I was crazy for making rice cakes. I'm glad he showed how it's actually pretty easy just takes time.

  • you can pronounce it like Duck book ki

  • I would have to make another version of this because I hate fish, kelp, and seaweed. Anybody have another way I could do this?

  • I very much appreciate the coincidence that my small local asian supermarket randomly had rice cakes in stock the exact week i watched this video. Can't wait to try them

  • You can buy rice cakes at Hmart.

  • Kinda sad that we’re back to OG intro. I really liked then new one.

  • Just made those, great recipe, I used more broth and sauce tho it was soup like but still very umami and delicious!!

  • "Buy store-bought rice cakes" -*Andrew Rea, 2021*

  • 아니 떡볶이인데 설탕이 안들어가????

  • For those who can't eat spicy food, try adding some mozzarella cheese or a bit of heavy cream in tteokbokki. It's optional but whole new world :).

  • why is there no soup with it :( that is one dry Tteokbokki

  • Thanks for changing the theme song back to the og. The remix was kinda annoying

  • You mentioned auntie maangchi! She’s the best I’ve been subbed to her for years and it’s helped my cooking a lot!

  • 떡볶이 만들 때 파도 같이 넣어 끓여야하고 많은 어묵과 삶은 달걀을 같이 넣으면 더 맛있습니다. 떡꼬치는 많은 기름에 튀긴 후 고추장 양념을 그냥 발라먹는 거예요. 같이 볶지 않고요.

  • It was so funny to find him making EVEN rice cake from scratch... lol Because, apparently even in Korea, almost no one make rice cake from scratch even if you make this dish at home... that's also because it's very easy to find the rice cake in Korea for Tteokbokki, though. It was so much fun to watch this episode as a Korean! (the way of making rice cake in the video was a little different from what people would do in Korea, but the recipe for making sauce was pretty much same as how Koreans do in Korea! So his recipe is bound to be delicious I guess! ;-))

  • 맛있겠네요!! ^^

  • How is this "basic" ? Majority of the ingredients are not available to us in our local grocery stores

  • Thid reminds me of home. Thank you Babish, big fan of yours

  • 설탕이 떡볶이 맛을 결정합니다 고추장 간장 물엿 고추가루 설탕

  • 떡뽀끼💕 말랑말랑

  • 맛있겠다

  • 와 완전 잘 만드세요 떡볶이 최고죠 맛있어요

  • 떡볶이 좋아 !

  • 미원과 설탕이 빠졌네요.ㅋㅋㅋㅋ

  • 6:18 FYI, don’t use corn syrup. Instead use Korean plum extract, it has the same consistency as corn syrup with a better suitable sweet profile for Korean dishes.

  • 맛나보여~

  • I tried to make Homemade tteokbokki a few months ago and really botched up the rice cakes.... This helps me know where I went wrong!!

  • I like the idea of Basics that is not just focused on Western cuisine.

  • tteokbokki was the first Korean staple I ever learn how to make and I still regularly make it for my fiancée when we crave Asian comfort food🥰🥰🥰

  • 야씨 또 중국애들이 따오펑카이~하면서 지들꺼라고 시불알거릴 거 같아서 신경쓰임. K-tteokbokki ♡

  • Koreans soul food💖

  • 핫 ㅎㅎㅎ 떡볶이 완전 맛있어용😁👍👍

  • 와...우리엄마보다 떡볶이 잘해...

  • Chinese:it is mine but wuhan corona virus is not mine

  • 오 떡볶이! 😮🔥

  • Wow it’s amazing 👍

  • JMT

  • I'm korean, and his recipe is legit.

  • 02:57 “We're gonna take it out, remove the plastic wra- Be careful…”

  • PERFECT

  • 개잘만들었네 ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

  • He uploaded this the day after I made tteokbeokki for the first time. I panicked and had to ask our Korean neighbors to help me 😭

  • I thought you couldn't make teokbokki with dry rice flour (regular or glutionous).

  • Rice cakes? The thumbnail made me think it was pasta 😂

  • I've never had tteokboki.

  • is it real? oh man you are the best!!!

  • Wow, it's really great. Tteokbokki is one of the most popular food from kids to adults through their lives in Korea.

  • I'm Korean and I've never heard of tteokbokki being made from glutinous rice flour. That would be WAY too chewy. They are usually made from plain rice flour (like in this video) or a combination of rice flour + wheat flour. Also you should NOT add sesame oil like he did in this video - It doesn't belong in tteokbokki and it's overpowering even if you put in a little bit!

  • Need thin sliced fish cake(Pusan odeng). 😆

  • That looks delicious!!!

  • It tastes better if you add fish cake and cabbage here! thank you~

  • 0:46 Koreans usually put the Teok(떡) in the water boul "in half an hour ~ all night long." Not enough 10 min.

  • We Koreans don’t usually make rice cake at home but just purchase it from stores in Korea,. It’s probably because Korean grocery stores are at he hours driving distance here in the states.