Mamon Rose Tteokbokki

Satisfy Your Taste Buds With Rose Tteokbokki – Spicy & Sweet

Baeddeok Rose Tteokbokki

I also like spicy tteokbokki, but I’ve been eating it often since rose tteokbokki became popular. It’s not that difficult to make as long as you have tomato sauce. Rose Tteokbokki is a dish made by adding cream sauce to Tteokbokki. The name Rose is said to refer to its red color like a rose. Rose Tteokbokki is characterized by a spicy yet soft taste, and can be made with Tteokbokki, cream sauce, cheese, vegetables, etc. Baetteok Rose Tteokbokki is delicious, but homemade Baetteok Rose Tteokbokki I’ll teach you how to make it.

Baeddeok Rose Tteokbokki

Rose Tteokbokki Ingredients

300g tteokbokki rice cake, 2 pieces of fish cake, 250ml milk, 300g tomato sauce, a little pizza cheese (optional), 1 tablespoon starch syrup, 1 tablespoon red pepper powder, Vienna sausage

Rose Tteokbokki Ingredients

The ingredients are simple, right? Personally, it tastes even better when Vienna sausages are added. For Tteokbokki rice cake, I used rice rice cake, but wheat rice cake is also fine, and you can prepare any rice cake you want. Prepare 2 fish cakes by cutting them into bite-size pieces.

To Make

  • 1. Put 300g of tomato sauce in the pot. Just add pasta sauce.

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  • 2. Then add 250ml of milk. You can use whipped cream instead of milk, but you can make delicious rose tteokbokki just by adding milk. Stir the milk and tomato sauce well to combine. Rose Tteokbokki powder sauce is also popular these days, and you can make it delicious by mixing it with tomato pasta sauce and milk at home.
  • 3. Next, add red pepper powder to your taste. I added 1/2 spoon. I don’t like spicy food, so I didn’t make it spicy.
  • 4. Next, add 1 tablespoon of starch syrup. Once the rose sauce is made, add rice cakes and fish cakes. And boil it well until the rice cake and fish cake are cooked!

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  • 5. Lastly, add Vienna sausage.

Tteokbokki

It’s really simple to make rose tteokbokki. It’s simpler than you think. It’s a non-spicy tteokbokki that kids love. It’s simpler and more delicious than you think. Rose tteokbokki can be made without powder. It’s a simple recipe that anyone can make. It’s not too spicy so kids enjoy it. If you like rose tteokbokki, be sure to make it. It’s simple and delicious!

Rose Tteokbokki

Samcheon Bunsik ‘Spicy Rose Tteokbokki’

Today, I recommend making Samcheop Bunsik Rose Tteokbokki at home! When it comes to tteokbokki, I’ve only ordered yeoptteok and eungtteok, but I wanted to try mara rose, so I ordered it! But after eating it, the Mara Rose was so delicious that I was curious about the Samcheop Snack Basil Cream and Rosé. What I ordered was the 2nd stage Mara Rose Tteokbokki, potato bombs, flying fish roe rice balls, and butter garlic sauce!

Samcheon Bunsik ‘Spicy Rose Tteokbokki’

When you open it, it looks like this. There were 2 pieces of butter garlic sauce included!!! After opening all the packaging~Potato Bomb Potatoes, my favorite French fries!!! It tastes better than regular hash browns! Unlike regular tteokbokki, Mara Rose Tteokbokki contains rice cake, bunmoja, dried tofu, and pork belly!! It was very novel that the tofu served as oden.
Rose Tteokbokki
I’ll see about the butter garlic sauce again. I added it to taste the taste of tteokbokki fries, but it doesn’t taste good with these fries! It would be delicious just to eat it with tteokbokki or with ketchup! Since I don’t want to bring a bowl of sauce, I just sprinkle it on a box. A good tip is to eat flying fish roe rice balls with tofu and pork belly!
Rose Tteokbokki
I saw a review saying that since it was a mara rosé, the rosé flavor would be stronger than the mara rosé, but I liked it because it had quite a tingling sensation! And unlike regular tteokbokki, it was fun and delicious because it contained pork tofu and pork belly. I think it would taste better if you added sausage! Because it was rosé, I thought level 2 would be spicy, but it was just right!! This was my first time ordering Samcheop Bunsik, and I think I will order it often!

Rose Tteokbokki

Whipped Cream Rose Tteokbokki

There is tteokbokki that a lot of people eat these days, right? It’s Rose Tteokbokki… I was just looking at it, so I made it and ate it over the weekend. The word rose in English means a sauce with a light pink color like a rose. If you mix tomato sauce with cream sauce, you get a pink sauce. Even if it’s not tomato sauce, you can get that shine by mixing red pepper paste with milk… or mixing red pepper powder with fresh cream. The thick sauce covers the entire tteokbokki, and the sweet, sour, and savory taste fills your mouth.

Whipped Cream Rose Tteokbokki

Ingredient

400g tteokbokki rice cake, 2 strips of bacon, 8 cocktail shrimp, 1/4 onion, 4 cloves of garlic
1~2 chives, 1 slice of cheese, 1T olive oil, white wine, parmesan cheese powder, a little parsley powder

Ingredient

How To Make

1. Prepare the ingredients, wash the rice cake in water, and cut the garlic into pieces. Chop the onion finely. Put 1T of olive oil in a heated pan, add sliced garlic, chopped onion, and bacon and stir-fry. When the garlic scent comes up, add shrimp and sprinkle some pepper powder.
Whipped Cream Rose Tteokbokki
2.Add a little white wine and stir-fry. Add tteokbokki rice cake and stir-fry briefly. Add tomato sauce and 150ml of water and boil. Add red pepper paste and sugar (check the seasoning later and add sugar to your taste) and slowly boil over medium-low heat until the rice cake is more than half soft.

Whipped Cream Rose Tteokbokki

3.When the rice cake becomes soft, add 100ml of fresh cream and boil. When the rice cake is completely cooked, add 100ml of fresh cream and boil. Add 1 slice of cheese, mix, check the seasoning and turn off the heat. Since the bacon, sauce, and cheese are basic seasonings, there is probably little need to add salt. If the sauce becomes too thick, add more water. If you do this, rose tteokbokki is complete!
Whipped Cream Rose Tteokbokki

Mamon Rose Tteokbokki

Rose Tteokbokki restaurant opens in Central Prugio, Hyeongok, Gyeongju!! My sister and I were crazy about rose tteokbokki, so we waited for this place to open! The name of the new Rose Tteokbokki restaurant is Mamon Rose Tteokbokki! It seemed like it was done at Lee Chun Bong Chicken and Mexicana Chicken stores. You do a lot of things, including two chicken restaurants and tteokbokki…
Mamon Rose Tteokbokki
My sister wants to eat pear rice cake, but it comes late due to the backlog of orders. Even if you take it out, 40 minutes is standard. So, I decided to order and try the new Mamon Rose Tteokbokki!! As expected, it seemed right to do it in the same place. I ordered takeout and picked it up, and the small menu for Mexicana, Ichunbong Chicken, and Mamon Rose Tteokbokki were all included in the bag.
Rose Tteokbokki
What we ordered was 3-4 servings of Mamon Rose Tteokbokki, fried flame-grilled squid, and fried oden! The portion size is large enough to serve 3-4 people. Rose Tteokbokki contains sausage, bacon, rice cake, oden, pasta noodles, and quail eggs. The rice cake is wheat rice cake and there is a lot of rice cake. But the rose tteokbokki soup tastes delicious. It tastes like rosé, but it is not a thick and rich rosé taste. It’s a bit watery. The rice cake doesn’t have a lot of rose flavor, so it’s a bit boring to eat just the rice cake, so it’s better to eat the rice cake and soup together with a spoon.
Rose Tteokbokki
The thickness is very thin. Don’t expect something as soft as a pear cake.. I didn’t know there was pasta noodles at first, but when I looked around, I was surprised to see that there was pasta noodles at the bottom! There was pasta noodles in it!! It was nice to see you. Since it contains pasta noodles, it feels like steamed rose pasta! Since the pasta noodles were spread out underneath, it seemed like it would be better to eat the pasta quickly first.

Rose Tteokbokki

Until now, I have tried several types of rose tteokbokki. I’ve tried Samcheop Bunsik Rose Tteokbokki, Bae Tteok Rose Tteokbokki, I Am Joseon’s Tteokbokki, Rose Tteokbokki, and Mamon Rose Tteokbokki, and I think the pear tteok is the thickest and richest! The taste isn’t bad, so if you’re curious, give it a try~~!!

Rose Tteokbokki

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