Something about being at home makes me always want Korean desserts.

Korean desserts generally don’t have the capacity to look fancy and gorgeous, but they’re comforting, homey, and tastes like a stroll down a frosty winter night in my grandmother’s hometown.

I always want, make, and eat hodduks when I’m at home. Sometimes from scratch, sometimes from the boxes of stuff they sell at Korean supermarkets. Amazing either way. 🙂

Best part: when the melted sugar explodes from a different part of the hodduk as you take a bite. It burns. But it’s a sweet burn.

food & drink

hodduk (호떡)


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