Korean foods are simply irresistible! Who can get enough of Tteokbokki and Ramyeon that is just slathered with creamy sauces and such? Speaking of creaminess, we have something here and we dare say this Rose Cream Base is Oppa approved!
Let’s just say we are not surprised to see Malaysia in demand for a variety of Korean food, especially street food like Tteokbokki, Korean fried chicken, and cheesy Korean corn dogs. To meet this rising demand, we witnessed many Korean restaurants and food stalls have opened in Malaysia.
When Korean food started trending in Malaysia and we began to see more Korean convenience stores, Korean grocers, and Korean restaurants popping around us, we just knew we had to approach this trend in introducing something based on the people’s love for Korean food.
Introducing to you, the Rose Cream Base:
Put the spotlight on your Korean creations with Rose Cream Base. No longer is it impossible for you to savor indulgent and delightfully creamy Korean food—a good drop of this cream makes all the difference. Imported from Korea, this innovation makes it easy for you to enrich the creaminess in Korean cuisine effortlessly. It is versatile and can be adapted to a whole range of dishes not just limited to Creamy Stir-Fried Tteokbokki and Creamy Pasta dishes. Whether used for appetizers, soups, fish and seafood, meat and poultry, and rice and noodles, the possibilities are endless.
Yes, this Rose Cream Base is Oppa approved.
Apart from good taste and being easy to handle, the use of this Rose Cream Base in Korean food can turn you into a creative cook.
Directly Imported from Korea
This Rose Cream Base is a multi-purpose cream that is directly imported from Korea. This means that you are getting a genuine product from Korea. This gives you an idea that you can pair this cream base with foods such as but not limited to Tteokbokki (stir-fried rice cake), Ramyeon (Korean instant noodles), and Rabokki (a type of Tteokbokki, with added Ramyeon noodle).
Great Creamy Texture
Not only does the Rose Cream Base has an incredibly creamy texture, its creaminess pairs well with Asian flavors. Incorporate it into your sauces for all the umami you can get.
One of its notable features is its heat-stable capability. The Rose Cream Base can be boiled and double-boiled without splitting at high temperature. So, sauces can also be frozen and reheated without splitting too.
Great Acid Tolerance
A common Korean cooking ingredient typically includes kimchi. With great acid tolerance, the Rose Cream Base will hold acidic ingredients, such as but not limited to kimchi and lemon without breaking down.
In terms of versatility, the Rose Cream Base can be used for both hot and cold applications.
This Rose Cream Base has great consistency where your sauce reaches a thickness that allows it to coat the food evenly. It is not too thick or too thin. Enjoy more evenly coated sauce on your favorite food easily and savor the flavors of sauce.
Easy Korean Recipes for Beginners
Whether you are into K-dramas or K-pop, Korean cuisine is something everyone should try once in their lives. Savory, spicy, and a smorgasbord of textures, we have 3 Easy Korean Recipes to help you bring a taste of Korean flavors into your own home! Thanks to our Chef Milk, these recipes are super easy so even beginner chefs can make them in a matter of minutes! Look what we have here.
People just couldn’t seem to get enough of Tteokbokki, highly popular Korean street food that you can practically find almost every stall owner selling. Even the home cooks will turn these humble rice cakes into delicious comfort food as it is easy and quick to make. And we have just the recipe for you here, a lovely bowl of Rose Tteokbokki. It has an appetizing Rose Cream Sauce that is made fragrant with sautéed garlic and onions, kimchi, gochujang, kimchi sauce, and not forgetting, the Rose Cream Base.
With the use of Rose Cream Base, this Rose Tteokbokki is extra creamy and smooth. Its spicy, slightly sweet, and chewy rice cakes become hard to resist. The multi-purpose cream just takes Tteokbokki to new heights, and its great acid tolerance means it is perfect for ingredients like kimchi. Serve this Tteokbokki with a generous amount of its Rose Cream Sauce and the other good bits such as some Korean fish-cakes, prawn balls, and oh, some cheese slices if you like your Tteokbokki to be cheesy.
What’s good to know too is that Tteokbokki has continued to evolve over time. Today, people add all sorts of other ingredients such as ramyeon noodles, dumplings, boiled eggs, hot dogs, seafood and even cheese. But one thing we know for sure is that, you will need a creamy sauce that coats it all over!
Interesting fact: The red spicy Tteokbokki has a relatively short history. It was developed in 1953, the year the Korean War ended. It was prepared by a woman named Ma Bok-rim in the Sindang-dong neighborhood in Seoul where she would serve the chewy rice cakes in a spicy gochujang sauce. It instantly became popular as an affordable comfort snack in Korea.
Pasta, anyone? Then we have just the dish for you, a Prawn Gochujang Rose Pasta. This is spicy and creamy pasta loaded with gochujang cream-coated prawns. If you find yourself having a craving for Korean-style pasta so badly that you would want to make it at home, this recipe comes pretty close to it.
This creamy Korean Prawn Gochujang Rose Pasta was inspired by the love of spaghetti noodles coated in spicy creamy gochujang sauce. Succulent pieces of prawns are tossed in too for you to enjoy as they will absorb the rich sauce (remember to use fresh prawns for this). For more added flavor, don’t forget to cook the spaghetti noodles in salted water (We wrote a short article on why you should add salt to boiling pasta water, do give it a read). For finishing touches, Chef Milk garishes the pasta dish with some parmesan cheese. We find this recipe to be a must-try for you if you love fusion pastas that breaks the Italian rules!
Interesting fact: Good Korean restaurants use hand-pulled noodles, which are nicely chewy. For home cooking, you can always find fresh noodles ready-made in the refrigerator section of Korean markets, or use dried noodles. These noodles are generally labeled for udon and Jajangmyeon. Udon noodles used for Korean-Chinese cooking is not the same as Japanese udon noodles, which are thicker and softer. Of course if you can’t find any of these, you can always opt to use spaghetti or linguine noodles.
Have you ever tried Korean rice balls? Because no night out in Seoul is complete without some hearty rice balls. Make it extra luxurious with a Rose Cream Sauce and melted cheese for yourself at home for a hearty meal. This Cheese Baked Rose Rice Balls is just what you will need to fuel yourself after a long day’s work, and most of the preparation can be done ahead of time. We have used the Korean rice balls as a base (with seaweed, sesame seeds, and sesame oil) and drenched it with a Rose Cream Sauce. The key ingredients are really the Rose Cream Base and spicy gochujang sauce, which gives this dish the creaminess, savoriness, and mild spiciness—bringing all the flavors together in one spoon.
Sometimes, gochugaru (Korean red chili pepper flakes) is added for extra spiciness. What’s great about it is that it increases the heat level without altering the saltiness and sweetness of this dish. Feel free to add some of that if you need some spice and heat. Also, we make it a point to tell you that making some extras are a good idea too. They’re convenient to eat and if you are planning to pack it into a lunch box, you could always separate the rice balls from the sauce first. When you’re ready to dig in, just pour the sauce on the seasoned rice ball and enjoy to your hearts content.
Interesting fact: The Koreans have a great love for sesame oil. And in this recipe, we have used sesame oil to roll the rice balls. Korea is one of the biggest consumers of sesame oil. However, they don’t use necessarily use this aromatic oil for cooking. Instead, they use it as a seasoning or flavor enhancer, often drizzled into a dish during the last stages of cooking or preparation. Compared to the sesame oil used by Westerners, Korea’s sesame is more aromatic because it is made from roasted sesame seeds. This lends a nutty and buttery aroma and flavor to foods!
Share the Taste of Rose Cream Base.
Great food seasoned with good intentions make for a memorable dining experience, especially when you are cooking your heart out. After reading what our Rose Cream Base has to offer to your Korean dishes, we are sure you will agree that adding it to your shopping list will give you something to look forward to! Since Korean cuisine is one of the most vibrant aspects of Korean culture, and now that you know some simple Korean recipes, you’ll know what to serve up to your K-pop and K-drama-loving friends!
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