Video showing how to make a Korean dessert called Matang and another sweet potato dessert called Ppottetto. Enjoy!
Simple and nice recipe ! 😀
I was wondering, may I add some fresh grated ginger root juice to the
syrup, to add some spicyness ? ;)
Can I use the orange sweet potato?
Because I couldn’t find korean sweet potatoes. :(
She’s so cute lol
Great! Happy cooking!
아… 마탕 진짜 언제 먹어봤는지 이젠 기억도 안나네요… 정말 먹고싶습니다. 잘봤습니다. 감사합니다. ㅎㅎ
Ohhh I love Clazziquai!
I made this and some of my roommates tried it, one said that it is the only
way she likes sweet potatoes as of now (I used the orange sweet potatoes
I do sweet potato fries in the oven. Slice into strips, toss in a bit of
corn starch to help them get crunchy, then olive oil, salt, pepper and then
I use a bit of chili powder but that’s not needed. Hot oven 10 minutes,
flip and another 10.
Thank you for the recipe tip for sweet potato latte. You must be a very
creative cook! I can imagine how happy you were when you created the sweet
potato latte which tastes better than the one in a Korean coffee shop. But
they don’t add any coffee to the latte? : ) Anyway, please share your latte
recipe on my website. It sounds great! Check out “reader’s recipes” on the
forum on my website. Nice meeting you!
It’s supposed to be eaten cold – as candy. It tasted even better.
I love these. They are sometimes served in our cafeteria. Maangchi, do you
make sweet potato lattes? They are available in almost all Korean coffee
shops. I tried to recreate one at home, and made even a better one. One
steamed sweet potato chopped, one cup of boiled milk, 1 tsp of vanilla
flavoured sugar. All combined in a blender and blended until smooth and
frothy! Heaven!!! I learned how to cook Korean from you, and the funny
thing is that my Korean girlfriends are learning from you, too.
I love how she’s aware that some of her viewers might be worried about
taking in too much oil. very thoughtful. “don’t worry the oil is still
here” 🙂 Thank you for your videos Maangchi. BTW, who takes your videos? 🙂
In Cuba we call it boniato and we eat it fried or steamed as a side dish .
But i am going to try it this this . Looks so yummy
Just made Matang vor the first time – I LOVE IT!!!! :)))
NO FURTHER QUESTIONS!!! HAHA, but yea don’t mix the sugar otherwise it
won’t crystallize, it needs to sit there to turn into caramel 😉
Am I the only one who started dancing at the background music? XD
Can you make banana milk please maangchi? 🙂
+Maangchi Kim thank you for the recipe. I tried making the matang. It was
it may not be as crispy as deep frying it
I actually made the Japanese version of this one XD a.k.a. Daigakuimo. I
will definitely try your method though 😀 One question though. I found this
caramel sugar in one of the supermarkets here, can I use it for matang or
@endimon06 you did it with regular potatoes?
That looks so tasty 🙂 defantly going to need to try that out one day <3
Those Korean sweet potatoes are grown all over the caribbeans, my father
even plants them in his garden.
this is a beautiful, beautiful dish
Ha ik I laughed at that myself
Ur so awesome! Ive been dying to make this recipe! Matang, japchae, & the
pancakes(besides korean bbq of course hehe) r all I love to eat as
appetizers at korean restaurants. Thank you so much for sharing!
@emituofoyaya yes, I’m encouraging you to cook! Happy cooking! : )
@wakingwallaby let me now how your matang turns out if you make it.
Wow, it’s like the Philippines’ Kamote-cue.
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