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Yakgwa (약과), fried sweet dessert made from a pressed mixture of kneaded wheat flour, sesame oil, and honey. The name comes from the fact that it is made with honey; yak refers to honey in Korean just like yaksik (a type of tteok, rice cake), and yakju (rice wine).

Yakgwa (약과), fried sweet dessert made from a pressed mixture of kneaded wheat flour, sesame oil, and honey.

Yakgwa (약과)/ Yakwa is a traditional Korean sweet pastry that is rich with flavors of ginger and honey. Family recipe passed down through generations.

Korean Honey Pastry (Yakgwa or Yakwa)

Dakkochi Chicken Skewers -- This marinade includes garlic, ginger, onion, Asian pear, all grated, plus soy sauce, sesame oil, brown sugar, and green onions .

Dakkochi (Korean Skewered Chicken)

Yakwa is a traditional Korean sweet pastry fried and soaked in honey syrup.  This is a lighter, easier to make version baked in the oven but with the great ginger, honey, sesame taste.  | Kimchimari.com

Korean Dessert - Easy Baked Yagkwa/Yakwa

Yakwa is a traditional Korean sweet pastry fried and soaked in honey syrup…

Songpyeon - duk - #Korean rice cake

Songpyeon Recipe (Asian Supper), tradional Korean rice dumplings with sesame seed filling or white bean filling recipe

Green tea maejakkwa  (Korean traditional sweets)

Green tea maejakkwa (Korean traditional sweets)

Bibimbap! Stone pot full of assorted vegetables over white rice. At the table, add an uncooked egg and stir while it cooks in the hot stone pot. I love to drench it with sesame oil and Korean chili paste lol. So good! My favorite Korean dish!!!

Bibimbap

Stone pot full of assorted vegetables over white rice. At the table, add an uncooked egg and stir while it cooks in the hot stone pot. Drench it with sesame oil and Korean chili paste lol. My favorite Korean dish!

Yakgwa is a Korean traditional dish. It was originally considered as a dessert and more recently as a confectionery (hangwa), because of its sweet taste and flower biscuit shape. Yakgwa is made mainly from honey, sesame oil, and wheat flour.

Yakgwa(약과) is a Korean traditional dish. It was originally considered as a dessert and more recently as a confectionery (hangwa), because of its sweet taste and flower biscuit shape. Yakgwa is made mainly from honey, sesame oil, and wheat flour.

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