tteokbokki

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Korean 떡볶이 (tteokbokki), from (tteok, rice cake) +‎ 볶이 (bokki, stir-fried and seasoned food).

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tteokbokki (uncountable)

  1. Stir-fried sliced tteoks (Korean rice cakes) seasoned with red pepper paste.
    • 2009 September 23, Julia Moskin, “Culinary Diplomacy With a Side of Kimchi”, in New York Times[1]:
      At the Momofuku restaurants, David Chang made his name by layering the intense flavors of Korea into Japanese and American dishes; at Ssam Bar, his version of tteokbokki is crossbred with Italian gnocchi in a light, fiery, herb-spiked pork sauce.

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