Low Budget Recipe: Korean Carbonara Tteokbokki- a cheap 20 minute dinner recipe! This is a popular korean-italian fusion dish in Korea. Recipe in comments.

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  1. [Korean Carbonara Tteokbokki](https://londonishungry.com/korean-carbonara-tteokbokki-creamy/) is a popular Korean-Italian fusion dish featuring chewy rice cakes, bacon and mushroom. Everything is cooked in creamy sauce flavored with tasty chicken stock. It’s absolutely delicious and by far the best thing I’ve eaten this year!

    Ingredients:

    0.7 lb (10.5 oz/ 300g) korean rice cakes (I used oval shaped ones)
    4 slices/ rashers of bacon (back or streaky bacon)
    ½ cup (120ml) heavy cream (double cream/ whipping cream)
    ¾ cup (180ml) chicken stock, or any stock/water
    ½ onion, finely chopped
    6 oz (180g) mushrooms (sliced) (or approx. 12 chestnut mushrooms)
    2 garlic cloves, minced
    1.5 oz (40g) cheddar cheese, chopped in small lumps
    chopped scallions (green onions/spring onions)
    cracked black pepper

    1. Fry 4 rashers of bacon in 2 tbsp oil, remove from pan and slice into bite-sized pieces. In the bacon oil, sautée 1/2 a diced onion and 6 oz (180g) of sliced mushrooms.
    2. Add 2 minced garlic cloves to the pan and fry until fragrant. Next, stir in 3/4 cup (180ml) stock and 1/2 cup (120ml) heavy cream and bring to a boil. Now add 10.5 oz (0.7 lb/ 300g) rice cakes and keep stirring to prevent them sticking to the pan. Cook according to package instructions (I simmered mine for 3-5 minutes). 1 minute before the rice cakes have finished cooking, add 1.5 oz (40g) chopped cheddar cheese and stir into the sauce.
    3. Serve with sliced bacon & chopped scallions (green onions/spring onions). Season generously with cracked black pepper.

    I’ve linked the recipe above for anyone who wants to try making it. It’s super quick and simple so please enjoy!

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