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The Sixth Day: Beef Bolognese Tteokbokki

The Sixth Day: Beef Bolognese Tteokbokki

Posted by Tammy Today’s tteokbokki recipe keeps us on the Italian peninsula by using Bologna’s famous sauce as the wardrobe for the tteok noodles. When I lived in Korea, I did not know much about cooking. My cooking skills was limited to grilled cheese...
The Fifth Day: Arrabbiata Tteokbokki

The Fifth Day: Arrabbiata Tteokbokki

Posted by Tammy Arrabiata sauce is an Italian pasta sauce. The word “arrabiata” literally means “angry sauce” and comes from the southern part of the Italian peninsula. This is the first Italian (and probably only) Italian sauce I’ve made...
The Fourth Day of Tteokbokki: Korma Curry Tteokbokki

The Fourth Day of Tteokbokki: Korma Curry Tteokbokki

Posted by Tammy The Fourth Day of tteokbokki continues our culinary journey in India. Today’s inspiration is Korma Curry, which is a staple of North Indian Mughlai cuisine. The recipe for Korma curry goes back to the 16th century, when Persia‚Äôs Mughal Empire...
The Third Day of Tteokbokki: Madras Curry Tteokbokki

The Third Day of Tteokbokki: Madras Curry Tteokbokki

Posted by Tammy My next source of tteokbokki fusion inspiration comes from the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Madras, the capital of Tamil Nadu, which is now called Chennai, is located in the southwest corner of India. The region is well known for its spicy curry. First,...