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by Amy Kim on February 14, 2013 · 17 comments
Ddukboki is a Korean spicy stir-fried rice cake dish. It’s comfort food. It’s street food. It’s damn good. And it’s best served hot.
For the original post and recipe, click here.
For the video, click below!
Amy, love the video and love seeing YOU in real life!!!! Awesome!!! and the dukboki looks yummy!!! one of my faves!
You’re so cute!!! I like it when you SMILE You have the perfect kitchen for taping! love it!
Oh, Alice…my kitchen is FAR from perfect for taping! If only you saw the set up for this shoot. I wish I had a peninsula or an island…it would make for more flattering shots. I have drawn up many layouts for my “dream kitchen”…
Awesome job Amy! You are amazing.
*blush* thanks Isabel!
Dukboki looks fantastic, Amy! Love the video and I just subscribed
This looks delicious (my mouth is watering — spicy food = comfort food) and you are adorable! Can’t wait to see more videos!
Hi Ann! I am planning to post more videos in the next couple of months. I’ve hit a huge wall with my blogging recently…
Wait, how have I never come across rice cakes before? I need to fix that asap because this dish looks awesome.
PS: You make great videos. I can’t wait to see more!
Thanks! I kinda want to move towards more videos to stir things up a bit for myself.
Wow Amy. It’s been awhile since I’ve visited Kimchi mom. This is awesome!
Hello. I am not Korean but I love Korean food , Thank you for all recipes
could you put the potato soup recipe? I don’t know Korean name but I had in my Korean friend house and now I ask every Korean friend they don’t understand me.
There are a couple of dishes with potatoes. Can you recall what else was in the soup? Here’s a potato soup recipe that I have on my website: http://www.kimchimom.com/2013/02/korean-pork-and-potato-soup-with-perilla/
I love your recipes. I couldn’t help but notice that you look so much like my friend Caroline? Do you by any chance have a sister named Caroline?
Nope! No sis named Caroline!
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