Maejakgwa, Fried Twist Cookies, Fried Twist, 梅雀果, 매작과 Leave a comment

The term “maejakgwa” comes from the shape of this cookie, which is said to look like a sparrow (雀 in Chinese and pronounced “jak” in Korean) perched on a Japanese apricot tree (梅 in Chinese and pronounced “mae” in Korean). To make this cookie, cut thinly rolled flour dough into small pieces, score to make ribbon shapes, and deep-fry. It is a sweet traditional Korean cookie coated with honey and syrup.




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