Tarakjuk recipe (타락죽) typical of Korea - Asian Food - The term ' Tarak ' means milk and supposedly from Mongolia language meaning milk from horses. In Korea since the 4th century, the nobility and drank the milk. At the time of the Joseon Kingdom of milk is considered valuable food so Tarakjuk made from milk is the stamina of these foods for the King at that time. Especially King Yeongjo's most long age of the Kingdom of Joseon is known to prefer more delicious. Tarakjuk is made from milk and rice flour is often served to Kings started early fall to winter.
For 1 person
Tarakjuk (타락죽) ingredients typical of Korea
(for 1 person)
- 500 ml fresh milk
- 1/2 cups rice soaked
- 1/2 glasses of water
Seasoning Tarakjuk (타락죽) typical of Korea
- 1 tbsp powdered pine seeds
- a bit of salt and honey
How to make Tarakjuk (타락죽) typical of Korea:
- Soak the rice washed with enough and then filtered.
- Milled rice with 1/2 glass 1/2 glass of water until smooth.
- Cook rice grinder and water over medium heat while you mengaduk-aduknya.
- Once the rice is boiling stir in milk. After the boil again, reduce the heat and cook for 2 ~ 3 minutes while diaduk-aduk.
- Turn off the heat and stir in powdered pine seeds. Add salt and honey in accordance with taste.