|Place of origin||Korea|
|Region or state||Gyeongju|
|Associated national cuisine||Korean cuisine|
|Main ingredients||Glutinous barley flour, milk, eggs, red bean paste|
Chalbori-ppang (찰보리빵; "glutinous barley bread") is a Korean confection, consisting of two small pancakes made with glutinous barley flour wrapped around a filling of red bean paste. The round, flat, mildly sweet confection has a texture similar to that of a glutinous sponge cake.
Chalbori-ppang, first made and sold in 2003 at a bakery named Danseokga in Gyeongju, North Gyeongsang Province, is now a local specialty. It utilizes the glutinous barley harvested in fields under Danseoksan (Mt. Danseok), which is pesticide-free as barley grows in cold winter months during which pests and weeds cannot flourish.
A bakery in Gyeongju making chalbori-ppang
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