Jeonggwa

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Jeonggwa
Sagwa jeonggwa (apple sweet).jpg
Sagwa jeonggwa, made with apples
Type Hangwa
Course Dessert
Place of origin Korea
Main ingredients edible fruits, roots, and seeds; honey, mullyeot, or sugar
Cookbook:   Media: Jeonggwa
Jeonggwa
Hangul 정과
Hanja
Revised Romanization jeonggwa
McCune–Reischauer chŏnggwa
IPA [tɕʌŋ.ɡwa]

Jeonggwa, also spelled jeongwa is a variety of hangwa or Korean traditional confectionery made by boiling fruits, plant roots, seeds in honey, mullyeot (물엿, liquid candy) or sugar. It is similar to jam, marmalade or jelly.[1][2][3]

Types[edit]

geumgyul jeonggwa, made of kumquat
geumgyul jeonggwa preparation — drying

Miljeonggwa[edit]

  • Insam jeonggwa (인삼정과), made with ginseng
  • Danggeun jeonggwa (당근정과), made with carrot
  • Dongga jeonggwa (동아정과), made with winter melon
  • Saenggang jeonggwa (생강정과), made with ginger
  • Yeongeun jeonggwa (연근정과), made with lotus root
  • Mogwa jeonggwa (모과정과), made with Chinese Quince
  • Yuja jeonggwa (유자정과), made with yuzu
  • Juksun jeonggwa (죽순정과), made with bamboo shoot

Sujeonggwa[edit]

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