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Les « hoddeok »

Connaissez-vous les « hoddeok » (호떡)?

Les « Hoddeok » sont des pancakes coréens garnis soit de miel, de sucre roux, de cacahuète ou de cannelle. Les « Hoddeok » seraient venus de commerçants chinois qui auraient migré en Corée au 19ème siècle. Contrairement à la version chinoise qui est garni d’ingrédients salés, la version coréenne, elle, est garnie d’ingrédients sucrés. Actuellement, il existe de nombreux « hoddeok » vendus un peu partout en Corée du Sud, notamment en supermarché.