Tteokguk (Rice Cake Soup)

Koreans traditionally eat Tteokguk (Rice Cake Soup) on New Year’s Day.
It is made of sliced rice 
cakes in beef broth and garnish with fried egg 
and dried laver. We also add mandu (Korean dumplings) to Tteokguk 
for better taste.

Ingredients: rice cake, beef, welsh onion, egg, dried laver
seasonings: salt or soy sauce, black pepper

<How to Cook>

Cut beef into bite-sized pieces.
Put beef and water in a big pot and heat it up on high heat.
Boil it until beef is cooked. 

Wash and chop the welsh onion. 
Pan-fry eggs and cut.

Add sliced rice cake into boiling beef broth. 
Boil it until rice cake is cooked. 
Add prepared welsh onion and turn off the heat. 

Season with salt or soy sauce, and black pepper. 
Garnish with egg and dried laver.