|Place of origin||Korea|
|Main ingredients||Wheat flour, red bean paste|
|Ingredients generally used||butter, salt, sugar|
|Cookbook: Hoppang Media: Hoppang|
Hoppang is a warm snack sold throughout Korea. It is a type of jjinppang, typically filled with red bean paste. The hoppang is steamed to keep it warm and sold at small shops like 7-11, Buy the Way, and many small independent grocery stores throughout the winter months.
Hoppang is also commonly sold stuffed with meat, cheese, vegetables, or Korean sweet potato paste.
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