Street Food at Home: Ultimate Rabokki

Every now and then I get the craving for junk food–Korean junk food. Rather than ordering some rabokki from my local kimbap shack, I decided to make my own while cleaning out my refrigerator in the process. Yeah, it’s more bunsik than street food, but semantics were never my strong point. Rabokki is Ddeokbokki with ramyeon and other goodies. And I threw in the goodies. Check it out.

This is best eaten hot with company–and without white shirts. It’s messy and oh so junky! It won’t win any beauty contests. It also doesn’t keep well, so eat it right away.



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