So-tteok So-tteok is a popular Korean street food which means sausage and rice cake on a skewer. The name cannot be translated literally since it’s a shortened version of Korean slangs. Just know that it means sausage and rice cake, specifically the cylindrical rice cake called ‘garaetteok’. This combination on a skewer is a fun and tasty snack and make great meal on the go! The fun continues as you bite into the sticky, spicy, and sweet sauce on top.
- 4 strips cylinder shaped rice cake/garae tteok 1" round
- 6 hot dogs
- 1½ Tbsp sesame oil
- 5-6 Tbsp Bibigo Gochujang/Hot and Sweet Sauce
- 5-6 Tbsp honey
- 6" wooden skewers
- chopped scallions
- sesame seeds
- crushed pine nuts
- Divide rice cake into 4th, leaving you with 4 pieces per roll.
- Cut each sausage measuring same width as the rice cake.
- Gently slide the skewer into middle of sausages and rice cakes, alternating. Then brush with sesame oil both front and back side.
- Heat pan in low/medium heat. Pan fry So-tteok So-tteok for about 4-5min or until golden brown. Flip and cook additional 3-4 mins until rice cake is tender. Can you lid to keep in moisture.
- Mix spicy sauce mixture then brush onto So-tteok So-tteok. (optional, can return to pan and cook in low heat for few min after brushing sauce)
- Sprinkle with desired garnish. Can also add more honey and spicy gochujang.