2012년 6월 2일 토요일

korean food 6- Mandu

Mandu, Tteokguk
Tteokguk (Sliced Rice Cake Pasta Soup)
Tteokguk (Sliced Rice Cake Pasta Soup)
Main Dishes / Mandu, Tteokguk
Tteokguk is a soup made of diagonally sliced rice cakes simmered in beef broth, garnished with pressed meat, and fried egg white and yolk strips. People enjoy tteokguk made with sliced garaetteok on the first day of the year. Garaetteok is a rice cake rod that pulled it into a long rod. It is eaten in hopes of expanding one's property like the rice cake rod.
Eomandu (Fish Fillet Dumpling)
Eomandu (Fish Fillet Dumpling)
Main Dishes / Mandu, Tteokguk
Eomandu is thinly sliced white fish fillet (croaker, sea bream, flatfish or gray mullet) that is stuffed with beef and vegetables, coated with starch, then steamed. The white fish fillet as dumpling skin is unique, light and sweet in taste. It was originally a summer dish but now people enjoy it on special occasions all year round.
Pyeonsu (Square Dumpling)
Pyeonsu (Square Dumpling)
Main Dishes / Mandu, Tteokguk
Pyeonsu is a steamed square dumpling stuffed with vegetables and beef. Pyeonsu is served chilled or floating in a cool soy sauce soup. It is a summer delicacy. The dish gets its name from the Chinese characters for the word, ‘pyeonsu’ which means ‘a small fragment on the water.’
Mandutguk (Dumpling Soup)
Mandutguk (Dumpling Soup)
Main Dishes / Mandu, Tteokguk
Mandutguk is a soup made of dumplings simmered in beef broth, often served in the winter. The dumplings have wheat flour wrappers stuffed with fillings such as meat, tofu, Kimchi and other vegetables. People enjoy mandutguk on lunar new year’s day because it represents fortunes wrapped in the dumplings.