Korean Cooking Class "Let’s make ddeokbokki - the popular Korean street food!"

Morioka Hangul wo Manabu Kai

2009.05.30 (Sat)   13:30~15:30 / Cookery Room, 6th floor of Aiina

◆What is Ddeokbokki?
Ddeokbokki is a dish made with 4 to 5 cm long, rod-shaped rice cakes(mochi)that is made with non-glutinous rice, cooked in a sweet and spicy sauce. The sweet and spicy taste of the sauce, made from kochujang(chili pepper paste)and mizuame (a sweetener), along with the simple sweetness and springy texture of Korean rice cakes that differs from Japanese rice cakes, give ddeokbokki a unique appeal. It is especially popular with the younger generation of women in Korea as a widely available light snack. Ddeokbokki also makes a great meal when mixed with ramen or hardboiled eggs.

Instructor: Mika Munakata
Date: May 30 (Saturday) 1:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Location: Cookery Room, 6th floor of Aiina
Please bring: apron, food container
Cost: 1000 yen
Organizer: Morioka Hangul wo Manabu Kai http://moriokahangul.je.ro/
Deadline to apply is May 25.
Contact: 019-626-1421 (Hosoda) or send an email morioka@hangul.ptu.jp.