100% Organic, Korea-grown
[Chung-O] Glutinous Rice Powder
If you want to make homemade Kimchi, you'll need Glutinous Rice Powder.
Mix this Glutinous Rice Powder with water - or broth - to create a sticky paste. Then add a few heaping scoops of gochugaru, garlic to create your own Kimchi paste.
Chung-O is the first producer in Korea to be officially recognized as an Organic Producer. This simply means they grow all of their crops in Korea without any chemical pesticides. It's no surprise that many of their grain products - including this glutinous rice powder - has become the go-to item for health-conscience homecooks. So buy a bag and use it for your next batch of homemade Kimchi.
Note: Besides Kimchi, glutinous rice powder is also used to make Korean rice cakes (Tteok).
- Made from 100% Korea-grown rice
- 100% Organic - grown without chemical pesticides
- Perfect for making Kimchi Paste or Korean Rice Cakes (Tteok)
- 1 bag (500 grams)
- Glutinous Rice Powder (100%)
- Expiration period: 1 year
- Before opening, store in a cool, dry area
- After opening, store in a cool, dry area
What to Make
- Kimchi Paste
- Rice-cakes (Tteok)
About the Brand
- Chung-O is a regional producer that specializes in organic products. They were the first company in Korea to receive official recognition as an organic producer.
What can I make with it?
In Korean cuisine, it's typically used to make Kimchi Paste. The glutinous rice powder - when mixed with water or broth - thickens into a glue-like paste. Gochugaru and other aromatics are then added to make Kimchi paste. It's also used to make a variety of Korean rice cakes (Tteok). Finally, you can also use it to make Tangsuyuk (Korean Sweet & Sour Pork). When fried, it turns the skin extra crispy and slightly sticky.
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About The Brand
Chung-O is a regional producer that specializes in organic grain products. They were the first company in Korea to receive official recognition as an organic producer of grains. In 2007, they also received recognition from the International Federation of Organic Agricultural Movement (IFOAM) as an organic producer.