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5 Delicious Korean Snacks You Can Easily Make at Home

Time to try something different!
5 Delicious Korean Snacks You Can Easily Make at Home
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Time to try something different!

We’re all familiar with the usual Korean snacks like tteokbokki and kimbap, right? Best believe, though, that Korea has a lot more to offer. In fact, apart from their appetizing dishes and mouth-watering street food Koreans have also mastered making tasty snacks.

Below, we round up five easy munchies you can easily make, right at the comfort of your home!

1. Caramel Bread Popcorn

This one is crazy easy! All you’ll need is bread, brown sugar, butter, and milk and you’ll have a tasty treat to eat when binge-watching your favorite K-drama.

2. Fried Ramen

You might have seen the cute-looking snack called Ppusyeo Ppusyeo in Korean stores. But if you’re not yet intrigued enough to buy one, good news is you can try making one at home! The idea is to use uncooked instant ramen noodles, fry it till it’s crispy like chips, and serve it with tomato ketchup, or whatever sauce you have around the house.

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3. Dalgona Candy

We’re absolutely positive that you’ve heard of dalgona coffee. But, in case you didn’t already know, the coffee trendis actually inspired by dalgona candy, which is sweet treat loved by Koreans. Like its drink counterpart, the candy is super easy to make, needing only two ingredients!

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4. Make-Your-Own Chocolate Bars

Chocolate is already such a delicious treat by itself. You can eat it as a dessert, a wake-me-up snack, and even add it to savory dishes. But, did you know you can make your own upgraded version of a chocolate bar? You can melt choco bars and turn it into a pastel dream topped with sundried fruits, nuts, marshmallows, and even cookies! They’re perfect to give as gifts to your loved ones, don’t you think?

5. Condensed Milk Bread

We’ve heard of ube cheese pandesal, but for those who prefer their bread simple and sweet, here’s a milky bread recipe you can try!

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