Garaeddeok (long cylinder shaped rice cake: 가래떡)

(upbeat music) – Hi, everybody! Today I’m going to show you how to make rice cake for tteokbokki. This is rice cake just
before I finished making. I’m going to fill the empty spot with the rice cake that I’m
going to make just right now. You need short grain rice powder. If we want to make this rice flour, check my website. I’m going to post how to make it. Rice flour two cups. And half a teaspoon salt. Boiling water, 3/4 cup. And mix this well. Make little dough like this, rice cake dough. Cover this with plastic wrap. And leave the gap. The steam will come out. Microwave oven so over
high heat, two minutes. (microwave beeps) (microwave beeps) And mix this. And spread a little bit like this. And cover this again. And two more minutes. (microwave beeps) So this rice cake is
very easy, easy to make. The ingredients are just rice flour and hot water, a little
salt, and sesame oil. That’s it. And then you can pound. The more pounding and the
more chewy rice cake will get. (microwave beeps) Wow, hot, hot. Be careful. Now, lot of steamy. And sesame oil on the cutting
board, just little bit. Around a half teaspoon. And put this on the cutting board. And now time to pound using pestle like this. We are going to make shape. So when you roll this, push it out from the middle, and this longer like
cylinder you make this. I’m going to cut this around half, this. If you make rice cake soup, let it sit at room temperature
around several hours. After that, when it’s a little dried, and cut this with a really
sharp knife and thinly, diagonally this way. We are going to make tteokbokkie rice cake today. So each cylinder make the four, same size. And use your hands, like roll this. Really chewy and delicious rice cake. Cut the tips. This one you can eat it! And sesame oil so it’s not going to stick to each other. I made this rice cake. And let’s see, I will put it the one pound. One pound. This is a one pound of rice cake. I’m going to make ddeokbokki with this. Okay, I’m going to taste this. Dipping in this is honey. Mmm, I love this taste. Mmm! Enjoy my recipe. See you next time, bye!

16 comments on “Garaeddeok (long cylinder shaped rice cake: 가래떡)”

  1. Cal Houn says:

    Maangchi! what can i do if i dont have a microwave?

  2. Mina Hamedi says:

    Thank you love this❤️

  3. Evelyn Leoncio says:

    Can I use any kind of oil?

  4. The Nickel says:

    Oh man when I first tried a ricecake, it was so good I started screaming and having a spasm on the floor before punching my stomach to throw it up just so I could eat it again. 10/10

  5. Park Kookiemin says:

    Most of the viewers want to cook it but they can't because they don't have the ingredients
    Gurl same same

  6. Reny Try Septiani says:

    Indonesia translate please

  7. mong mong xx says:

    Can I use any kind of rice flour?
    We don't have short grain rice flour here?.

  8. Ox Queen says:

    Maangchi help!😞 will it still work for a normal rice flour? I don’t have the frozen rice flour..😞🙁☹️😟

  9. Neyna Chaicaran says:

    Nah bruh. Another one bites the dust here, failed hard. Holding the ingredient in one hand thinking what to do with it so it doesn't go to waste while the other hand typing this. T^T

  10. Jas min says:

    Hi Maangchi! I have a question, I followed your recipe and my garaeddeoks turned out well. But when I cook them for the dish ddeokbokki, not even after a minute it turns mushy and is not chewy at all. This happened to me twice and I don't know what I am doing wrong? 🙀 😿

  11. Mina Hamedi says:

    Thank you soo much❤️

  12. Jae Ya Kim says:

    Hii, Maangchi! I live in Brazil and I don't know where find rice flour, I can use wheat flour?

  13. ishigzel says:

    maangchi can i use glutinouse rice flour?

  14. Maryam Issa says:

    OK so I tried this recipe but apparently I used the wrong rice flour. Its why mine turned out not so great. They weren't chewy at alllllll. They had a weird texture and taste. It kinda sucks ngl. But idk ill try again. What flour should I use I heard that it needs to be the type of flour in the fridge idk. Help me 😩🤧💕

  15. Nicole Wolfe says:


  16. Kusum Gurung says:

    I gpt that rice cake is called pidalo in Nepli

  17. Cleopatra Starseed says:

    Is there an alternative to using the microwave?

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