Sticky Rice Cake-Bacon Rolls — 年糕培根卷

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Ingredients
some water
1 packet Korean sticky rice cake
some bacon, cut into two sections

Method
1    Bring a pot of water to boil. Put in sticky rice cake and cook until soft. Remove and drain.
2    Wrap sticky rice cake with bacon.
3    Add sticky rice cake rolls into a nonstick pan. Place closing ends of bacon downwards. Pan-fry over low heat until bacon surface is slightly yellow. Flip over halfway through the pan-frying.

用料
清水适量
韩国年糕1包
培根适量,切成两段

作法
1    锅中煮滚清水,放入韩国年糕煮至软。捞起后沥干水分。
2    用培根将韩国年糕卷起。
3    不粘锅中放入韩国年糕卷。培根接口处往下,以便把培根固定。以小火煎至培根表面微黄即可,煎的中途翻面。

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