Yum Yum Yum

I fell in love with Korean walnut cakes when I lived in Koreatown in Toronto. While these  shown in the pics aren’t quite the same, they are similar enough. Basically they are a soft, sweet dough ball with a creamy sweet centre. They only cost a dollar for a big bag of them so keep your eyes out for street vendors, though it will more likely be your nose that alerts you first.

A golden bag of golden creamy cakes!

Golden Gooey Goodness

If anyone has a home recipe for how to make these, please share!

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2 Responses to “Strange Korean Foods (3 of Many)”

  1. Todd Famiano Says:

    I like your post. Your blog is fantastic.

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