Baking with Nut Flours & Chapssalgaru
쌀쿠아즈, 쌀 파운드 의 탄생
Also known as Mochiko, Chapssalgaru -- or sweet glutinous rice flour is the main ingredient in Korean traditional desserts.
While many know mochi to be a sticky glutinous substance, Korean rice cake (Tteok) has many variations of this traditional dessert that are almost cake-like. Along with various nuts, nut flours, and honey, rice flour is usually steamed or pounded in a large mortar pestle to create Tteok (rice cake).
Inspired by traditional methods, we have created delicious recipes that many can enjoy.
Embracing our culture & heritage, we also incorporate traditional flavours such as:
injeolmi (Roasted soybean powder/ kinako)
black sesame (heuk-im-ja)
red bean (dan-pat)
gogooma (sweet potato)
danhobak (kabocha squash)
We make everything from scratch, using only natural ingredients
Korean Inspired Flavours