Hangwa

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Hangwa (한과) is a general term for Korean traditional confectionery. Common ingredients in hangwa are grain flour, honey, yeot, sugar, fruit or edible root.

Yugwa[edit]

한국어: 유과
English: Yugwa, made by frying and kneading

Yakgwa[edit]

한국어: 약과
English: Yakwa, made with wheat flour and honey.

Gangjeong[edit]

한국어: 강정
English: Gangjeong

Jeonggwa[edit]

한국어: 정과
English: Jeonggwa

Suksilgwa[edit]

한국어: 숙실과
English: Suksilgwa, made by boiling fruits, ginger, or nuts in water and then reformed into the original fruit's shape, or other shapes

Gwapyeon[edit]

한국어: 과편
English: Gwapyeon, jelly-like confection made by boiling sour fruits, starch, and sugar

Dasik[edit]

한국어: 다식
English: Dasik, literally tea snack. It is made by kneading rice flour, honey, and various types of flour from nuts, herbs, sesame, or jujube

Yeot[edit]

한국어:
English: Yeot, a Korean traditional candy in liquid or solid

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