Injeolmi (Soybean-Coated Rice Cakes)

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Ingredients

  • 1
    Cup Sweet rice flour (Mochiko brand
  • 1/3
    Cup Sugar
  • 1
    tablespoon Cornstarch
  • 3-4
    tablespoons Roasted Soybean powder
  • 1
    Cup Water

Instructions

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Injeolmi (Soybean-Coated Rice Cakes) Ingredients: 1 Cup Sweet rice flour (Mochiko brand 1/3 Cup Sugar 1 Cup Water 3-4 tablespoons Roasted Soybean powder 1 tablespoon Cornstarch
2
First, mix the following in order: sweet rice flour, 1 table spoon of roasted soybean powder and sugar. And then, pour in the water and mix it more so the lumps of powders are all dissolved.
3
Prepare steamer and parchment paper. Pour the mix onto parchment paper and steam for 40 mins. Steam in medium heat, boiling water.
4
Prepare a large tray and sprinkle 1 tablespoon of cornstarch and roasted soybean powder. The cornstarch will help to prevent the dough sticking on the tray.
5
Use a spatula or scrapper to lay the dough on tray. Sprinkle 1 teaspoon of sugar to add some sweetness.
6
Roll the pieces into balls or leave as the rectangle/square shape.
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Injeolmi (Soybean-Coated Rice Cakes) Ingredients: 1 Cup Sweet rice flour (Mochiko brand 1/3 Cup Sugar 1 Cup Water 3-4 tablespoons Roasted Soybean powder 1 tablespoon Cornstarch

Baek Seol Gi (Plain Rice Cake)

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Ingredients

  • 200
    g Fresh rice flour
  • 20
    g Sugar
  • 4-6
    tablespoon Water

Instructions

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Beak Seol Gi
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Ingredients: 200 g Fresh rice flour 20 g Sugar 4-6 tablespoon Water
3
Tools: Medium sized shifter bowls steamer silicone liner & paper towel measuring spoon cupcake ring spork (spoon+fork or just fork) scrapper (straight edge)
4
Add 2 table spoons of water into the fresh rice flour and mix the rice flour gently. Sift it through the sifter.
5
Add 2-3 more table spoons of water. And sift it through the sifter once more. Grab the rice flour and break it using your middle finger - if the rice flour breaks evenly, the moist is correct. If it breaks into crumbs, add more water and sift through the
6
Add in the sugar to the bowl of rice flour. Use your hand or spork to mix it.
7
Prepare your steamer (bamboo or stainless steel). Place a paper towel, and then a silicone liner. Place your cake rings. Add the mixed rice flour into the rings. Do not press down but gently add in.
8
Steam the rice cakes on boiling water over medium heat. Steam for 15 minutes. Open the lid and take out the rings by using tongs. Close the lid back, and continue to steam for 10 minutes. Then, turn off heat and let it cool for 5 minutes.
9
Gently grab the rice cakes and place it on a plate!
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Beak Seol Gi