These are sweet rice cakes with a sesame and brown sugar glaze. Inspired and derived from the traditional Korean pastry ho-dduk, which is made of rice flour, cooked hot on a grill with a sweet honey and or carmelized sugar filling inside served piping hot.
This is one of the most elusive Kogi specials ever. Created on the second day of Kogi’s birth, only 3 people have ever tried this special. Maybe if you bug Roy enough at the Alibi Room, he’ll put it back on the menu.