These rice cakes are made with short-grain rice flour and pressed into cylinders. Thaw them in the refrigerator overnight and cut them into bite-size pieces. Some Korean grocery stores sell them freshly made, or you can make your own with my recipe.

rice cake

Recipes that use tube-shaped rice cake (garaetteok):


  1. Hi Maanchi,
    Is there a way to make the rice cakes from scratch?
    I looked for them at my local korean grocery store, but i couldn’t find them :(

  2. Ye-eun joined 1/11 & has 1 comment

    Hello Maangchi-ssi,

  3. RuthLindo Philippines joined 12/10 & has 2 comments

    Hi mama maangchi~! Long time no talk haha~! i just bought a pack of rice cake and placed it on the fridge.. I’m gonna cook it on December 31 but i really doubt on its life.. Should i cook it now or is it okay to keep it on the fridge and cook it after 4 nights? Please reply mama maangchi! Thanks~! n_n

  4. miyavimylove aberdeen uk joined 7/10 & has 2 comments

    hi maangchi
    i live in the north of the uk and its very hard to get any korean ingredents especially these rice cakes i looked online to find them but the ones close enough to me are london but their sites are in korean which makes it harder as i cant read it at all can you help me i really want to try and make dduk bok kie

  5. ssand Roskilde, Denmark joined 5/10 & has 1 comment

    I understand that it is near impossible to make your own ddeok?
    We bought a juicer in Korea, that were supposed to be able to make ddeok, but it comes out way too soft and wet, so when we try to make ddeokbokgi, it falls apart during cooking and it doesn’t taste like it is supposed to.
    Do you know of any korean shops around northern europe? Preferrably in Denmark, but if not then southern Sweden, northern Germany or England?

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