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    Goguma Juk, (sweet potato porridge)

  • Nata Lee

    Goguma Juk is a long-cooked sweet-potato porridge made with sticky rice powder. It has a sweet and nutty flavor.Ingredients● 2 sweet potatoes (yams)● 3 cups milk● 4 tbsp sticky rice powder● 100 g water● 2 tbsp honey● 1/2 tsp salt1. Clean sweet potatoes and rinse well with water.2. Set up a steamer over high heat. Once it starts to steam (which takes approximately 9 minutes), put sweet potatoes in the steamer an...

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