Rice cake soup (Tteokguk: 떡국)





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Published on Dec 27, 2013

Let's make Korean rice cake soup on New Year's Day! It's a delicious, filling soup made of disc-shaped rice cakes in a clear broth. Full recipe on my website: https://www.maangchi.com/recipe/tteokguk

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Celina Belle
Celina Belle4 years agoHighlighted comment
Armenians like to start the year off with something sweet! Such as dried fruits, chocolate or pastry. Promises a sweet new year :) We also have a cake with a coin cooked into it (wrapped in foil and warn the people eating it so they eat slowly lol) and whoever gets the piece with the coin has extra good luck that year. And food with rice such as lentil rice or  wheat dishes like harisa (porridge) or Anush Abur (sweet wheat & dried fruit porridge) is a must. If i can find rice cakes I will be making tteokguk this year tho!  Wishing you and your family a good year  Maangchi :)
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Linda Vang - This is a video remake, part of my project to update my older videos that were flagged for the music that I used. It also gives me a chance to improve the dish, so the recipe is a bit more developed and uses less salt than my original one.
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Cookies Cupcakes and Cardio
Maangchi, this looks amazingly delicious!!!  I think I could make it and it's not a dessert baked in the oven!  We don't have much of a New Years tradition since it's my birthday, but my mom always used to invite lots of people over and have a delicious bean dish ready to feed them!
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Spanish (Mexico) caption is up now! One of my viewers submitted the caption! Thank you!
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KemushiChan ロレッタ
I grew up with this New Year's tradition: in the Southern states of the US (previously 'Confederate' states) eating black eyed peas around New Year's is linked to luck in prosperity. One bean for each day!! :D 365 in total <3
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Aidann Greenwolfe
Another wonderful recipe. Turned out so good.
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Hi, Maangchi. :) This coming Chinese new year, along with our yearly favorite Chinese sticky rice cake or Niangao (年糕) & other Chinese foods, I will also include the Tteokguk (떡국) & some other Korean foods in my list. We hope we will have plenty of wealth, good health, good luck & long life. Happy Chinese new year & happy Korean new year, Maangchi. :)
puja upadhayay
I love her like crazy LOL. I'm converting from Indian to korean now :D
GAs honeybear
I made the soup and it was really good! My mom really liked it too.
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In Italy we eat lentils with cotechino and tortellini in broth for New year eve :-)
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