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Bindaeddeok is a great source of nutrition for vegetarians.
The ingredients may consist of either seafood or vegetables, depending on your liking.
A. Ingredients: Green peas, called nokdu (1 cup) + Sticky rice powder, called chahpssahl garoo (3 Tbs).
Green bean sprouts (60g), Cabbage (2 leaves), Cayenne peppers (2), Green onions.
Minced garlic (1 Tbs), Salt, Pepper, Sesame oil.
Cooking oil, Soy sauce, Vinegar.
- Soak the green peas in water for at least two hours and rub them between your hands to remove the skin. Then take them out of the water and mix then in a blender (2:1 pea to water ratio - add more water if you want a smoother mix) into it has been finely blended. Then add the sticky rice powder (chahp ssahl garoo). If you are going to mix it in a blender, make sure you wait until you are about to eat the bindaeddeok to retain the freshness of the peas.
- Dunk the cabbage leaves and bean sprouts in boiling water light, then remove them and squeeze out the excess water. Cut them with a knife, and cut the green onions and cayenne peppers into long, thin slivers and mix the condiments from ingredients list 3.
- Mix the ingredients from Preparations step numbers 1 and 2, and then cook them over a well oiled pan in medium-sized circles.
- Lightly dip the finished bindaeddeok into a soy sauce and vinegar mixture and enjoy!