Recipes, Adventure and More
Koreans don't like too many sweet desserts, but yaksik is an exception.
I love this Korean dessert, have enjoyed it countless times, and finally attempted to make it myself with a recipe I got from Ji-Eun. My first time out was not a complete success, but I will work on it.
Without a rice cooker, I cooked it in my crock pot, but being impatient and new to the process, I added just a little bit too much water. The result was good, but it didn't quite stick together like Ji-Eun's did. I will keep working on it.
Soak the rice overnight in water; drain. Place all the ingredients (including the 1 1/3 cup water) into a rice cooker and cook, just like you are making normal rice. When done, pour the mixture into a pan to cool; choose a pan that will make the mixture at least and 1-inch high. When cool, you can cut into individual pieces and display as above or leave it in the pan.