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Bupyeon

Bupyeon
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Bupyeon at a doljanchi (first-birthday party)
TypeTteok
Place of originKorea
Region or stateGyeongsang Province
Associated national cuisineKorean cuisine
Main ingredientsGlutinous rice flour
Korean name
Hangul
부편
Revised Romanizationbupyeon
McCune–Reischauerpup'yŏn
IPA[pu.pʰjʌn]

Bupyeon (부편) is a type of steamed tteok (rice cake), used in traditional weddings.[1] It is a local specialty of Miryang, South Gyeongsang Province.[1]

Preparation

Glutinous rice flour is kneaded with boiling water and rolled into small round cakes with fillings made of toasted soybean powder, cinnamon powder, and honey.[2] The cakes are then coated with white gomul (dressing powder) made with geopi-pat (husked adzuki beans, often the black variety), garnished with thin strips of jujube or gotgam (dried persimmon), and steamed in siru (steamer).[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b 김, 덕희 (2005). Jeontong hollye eumsik 전통혼례음식 (in Korean). Kwang Moon Kag. ISBN 9788970933436 – via Naver.
  2. ^ a b "bupyeon" 부편. Doopedia (in Korean). Doosan Corporation. Retrieved 3 June 2017.