Gangjeong

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Not to be confused with Yeotgangjeong.
Gangjeong
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Type Hangwa
Course Dessert
Place of origin Korea
Main ingredients glutinous rice flour; cheongju (rice wine); honey; oil; nuts, seeds, or spice powders
Cookbook:   Media: Gangjeong
Gangjeong
Hangul 강정
Revised Romanization gangjeong
McCune–Reischauer kangjǒng
IPA [kaŋ.dʑʌŋ]

Gangjeong (강정,羗釘/強情), Gyeonbyeong (견병,繭餠) is a Korean traditional confectionery (hangwa), popular with women as a low calorie snack. A mixture of glutinous rice, honey and malt is boiled, after which a puffed cereal is mixed in. The mixture is scraped out onto a wooden board with sides and rolled flat with a rolling pin. It is cut into various sizes. Other ingredients such as roasted peanut halves, pine nuts, raisins, or sesame seeds may be added; one variety has black sesame seeds instead of puffed cereal. Gangjeong is often served during important events such as weddings, ancestral rites, and lunar new year days (Seollal).[1]

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  1. ^ An Illustrated Guide to Korean Culture - 233 traditional key words. Seoul: Hakgojae Publishing Co. 2002. pp. 112–113. ISBN 9788985846981. 

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