Top Rated Rice Cake Recipes

Who doesn’t love crispy rice? This is
a wonderful side dish to make year- round—crunchy, light, and flavorful. Serve with Savoy Slaw with Lemongrass & Lime Dressing or alongside your favorite main dish. I cover the rice with a few paper towels as it cooks to absorb excess moisture, which helps to create a golden crust on the bottom of the rice.
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Tteokguk
At Taste of Korea on February 1st, 2011, Bann restaurant played host to a family-style Korean New Year’s lunch in Midtown. Working with the Korean Food Foundation to promote Korean cuisine here in the States, the event served traditional favorites like Tteokguk, a rich beef broth topped with ribbons of egg, seaweed and tender medallions of Korean rice cakes. The dish symbolizes prosperity for the New Year and is a personal favorite of television food personality Kelly Choi, who made an appearance at the event. — Rachel Tucker Food and recipes provided by the Korean Food Foundation.  Click here to see Celebrate the Korean New Year.
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Rice Cake and Dumpling Soup
Here’s a soup traditionally eaten at Seollal, the celebration of the Korean New Year. It’s easy to make, and an anchovy stock gives this soup a subtle richness and body. If anchovies aren’t to your liking, however, feel free to substitute any other kind of stock.Although some of the ingredients can be hard to find, there’s not a whole lot of work left once you do. Chewy rice cakes, made from glutinous rice flour and water, can often be found vacuum-sealed in the refrigerated section of Asian supermarkets, or you can try online. For the dumplings, you can buy frozen dumplings at the store, or if you feel like making them from scratch, you can check out our recipe for Korean Mandu. — Will BudiamanClick here to see Celebrate the Korean New Year.Click here to see The Ultimate 1-Pot Meal Roundup.
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Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Crispy Rice Cake and Asparagus
Lean pork tenderloin benefits from a sweet sauce like this one, especially when paired with crisp vegetables. 
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Element Granola
Sweet, crunchy granola is delicious, but store-bought varieties can sometimes be loaded with calories and added sugar. Try making your own from scratch; it’s quick and easy. This recipe from ELEMENT snacks, using their non-GMO, gluten-free, chocolate-dipped rice cakes, makes this tasty treat guilt-free, too.Click here for more of our best granola recipes.
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Mandarin Chicken Salad
This delicious salad, courtesy of Green Chef, is healthy, satisfying, and gluten-free! Crispy rice cakes are a great alternative to bread or crackers and an interesting way to cook rice. This recipe calls for canned mandarins, but feel free to use fresh ones if you fancy!
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Dak Galbi (Korean Spicy Chicken Stir Fry)
Dak galbi is another spicy, stir-fried chicken dish that all Koreans seem to love. The main dish between this and other spicy dishes is the addition of cabbabe and usually perilla leaves, giving it a distinct and satisfying aroma. There are many dak galbi restaurants/quasi-bars that set up a single, large frying pan in the center of the table for everyone to enjoy the meal together (Koreans literally love eating together). For people familiar with this, you will know that you are not completely finished with the meal when the pan is empty, but rather an ajumma (or waitress) will add some rice and other ingredients to make delicious bokkeum bab (fried rice combinations). It’s kind of equivalent to getting something free when least expect it. Anyways, we made this tonight and it came out just right. We even have some funny pictures below to prove how good it was. 
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When you're in the mood for something salty, crunchy, and quick, these rice cakes fit the bill. You may not have considered preserved vegetables or rice cakes to be cabinet staples, but once you try this sizzling miso snack, milk and eggs might become #3 and #4 on your shopping list.Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Snacks.
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