Ottogi 100% Korean Rice Syrup, 700 Grams/24 Ounces (Jocheong, Yetnal Ssalyeot)
- Made with 100% rice (rice produced in Korea)
- Great for adding sweetness and shiny glaze
- Can be used for dipping bread or rice cake
- Good alternative to mulyeot (Korean malt syrup) for those who prefer rice-based syrup
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Ottogi (company name), jeontong gipko ("traditional"), jinhan matyen ("for rich taste"), yetnal ("old days"), ssalyeot ("rice syrup") is traditional Korean syrup used to add a hint of sweetness when braising, seasoning and grilling. It also helps food retain its natural color. It is made with 100% rice produced in Korea so it's a good choice for those avoiding corn-based syrups. You can also use it for marinating meat and making Korean traditional snacks.
Product detailsSize:24 Fl Oz (Pack of 1)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 3 x 3 x 11 inches; 1.6 Pounds
- Item model number : A17402003
- UPC : 191178098682
- Manufacturer : Ottogi
- ASIN : B00LCLG9E2
Best Sellers Rank:
#19,320 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
- #34 in Simple Syrups
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Rice, Water, Amylase
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This syrup is very thick, and it's kind of sticky. I had to squeeze it out of the bottle because it was too thick to pour. It doesn't have a lot of flavor and it's not super sweet, but then it's not supposed to be drizzled over pancakes so that's okay. The purpose is to add just the right amount of sweetness and gloss to Korean recipes. I use it in Korean sauces and side dishes.
If you are looking for standard brown rice syrup for baking, you might want to try Lundberg. If you are preparing authentic Korean dishes, you'll definitely want to use the real thing. The Ottogi brand has a good reputation for quality, and it's imported from Korea. I'll keep buying this.
The bottle DID come in a plastic bag, so I think the complaints about the syrup oozing out is mitigated. It was the consistency of a slightly runny honey, easily workable with a rubber spatula. Combining with coconut oil, granola, nuts, etc.; it made an excellent bar that had a good bite and held together very well. Was not crumbly nor hard.
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