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Sautteok Sautteok (Sausage and Rice Cake in Gochu Jang sauce)

Sautteok Sautteok is one of the most popular street foods in Korea.  
The name of the dish is made of “sau” from “sausage” and “tteok” from “tteok’ (rice cake). The Gochu Jang based sauce gives spicy and sweet flavor and it provides the perfect glazing texture on sausage and rice cake. 
It's very easy to make and fun to eat. 

RECIPE (Makes about 6 skewers )       


18 pieces   Rice Cake (about 2 inches long)

18 pieces   Mini Hotdogs

**** For the sauce

1,1/2 Tbsp  Gochu Jang 

3 Tbsp         Ketchup

3 Tbsp         Sugar 


1 Tbsp         Soy Sauce

4 Tbsp         Water  


Cooking Oil 

Toasted Sesame seeds for garnish (Optional) 


  1. Add rice cake in boiling water and blanch them until softened about a minute. Take them out of boiling water and rinse in the cold water. Drain and set aside.

  2. Skewer rice cakes and sausages alternatingly. The recommended amount is 3 rice cakes and 3 sausages on each skewer.

  3. In a bowl, mix Gochujang, ketchup, sugar, soy sauce, and water for the sauce. Set aside

  4. Heat oil in a pan. Then, fry the skewered rice cake and sausages until light brown. Flip them a couple of times. 

  5. Add sauce in a pan and let it bubble. Move skewers around so the sauce gets in under the skewers. Flip skewers so both sides of skewers get enough sauce coated. 

  6.  Sprinkle some toasted sesame seeds and enjoy! 

Tags: Gochujang
Fatima Azzahra 10:00 AM