Hodugwaja

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Hodugwaja
Type Cookie
Place of origin South Korea
Region or state Cheonan
Main ingredients Dough, walnuts, red bean paste
Cookbook:Hodugwaja  Hodugwaja
Hodugwaja
Hangul 호두과자
Revised Romanization hodu gwaja
McCune–Reischauer hodu kwaja

Hodugwaja is a type of Korean cookie from Cheonan, South Korea. It is made by putting in a mixture of pounded walnuts with red bean paste in dough and baking. Hodugwaja from Cheonan, South Chungcheong Province are especially famous.[1][2]

Origin[edit]

Hodugwaja is believed to have been first made in Cheonan by Jo Gwi-geum and Sim Bok-sun in 1934. the walnut has unusual shape and it is specialty of Cheonan. Jo Gwi-geum and Sim Bok-sun made cookie using walnut that has rich nutrition and taste in various ingredient types. it is origin of Hodugwaja'''''''.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ (2000-04-13)천안을 빛내는 ‘전통의 과자’ (in Korean) HanKyoreh 21, 303
  2. ^ Kim, Jin-cheol (김진철) (2009-04-02) ‘쭈글이’ 호두과자 주름살 폈네 (in Korean) The Hankyoreh

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