Meet Korea’s Famous Rabokki: A Combination Of Ramen + Tteokbokki!
We know where you can get it in the Philippines.
One of the famous street food you should definitely try if you're in Korea is the tteokbokki, a stir-fried rice cake combined with Korean soup stock or dashi stock, and gochujang, which is a common chili paste in Korea.
If you like tteokbokki on its own, the rabokki will blow your mind. This hybrid Korean dish combines two of your favorites: Korean ramyeun noodles and tteokbokki in one dish. It's heftier, heartier, and you don't have to pair it with anything else.
Ottogi is a famous Korean food brand that offers instant Rabboki. All you have to do is to rinse the noodles and the rice cakes, boil it in water and add the packets of tteokbokki sauce, then wait for the rice cakes to become tender before serving. If you want an extra special rabokki, you should also grab fish cakes and vegetables and add them in your pot of rabokki while you wait for the rice cakes to become softer.
Rabboki is commonly sold in bunsikjip, a Korean local snack shop, and is a common after-school treat. Since rabboki is an uncommon Korean food product in the Philippines, you can find the likes of Ottogi's instant rabboki and other rabboki brands at Korean supermarkets instead. We spotted it in Assi Fresh Plaza's convenience store and Famulei Grocery's Shopee account.