Memil-muk is a Korean jelly dish prepared using buckwheat starch.
Memil-muk is a Korean jelly dish prepared using buckwheat starch.

This is a list of buckwheat dishes, consisting of dishes that use buckwheat as a main ingredient. Buckwheat is a plant cultivated for its grain-like seeds and as a cover crop. A related and more bitter species, Fagopyrum tataricum, a domesticated food plant common in Asia, but not as common in Europe or North America, is also referred to as buckwheat.

Buckwheat dishes

Galette-saucisse
Buckwheat grechka with butter
Buckwheat grechka with butter
Takato Soba
Takato Soba
  • Blini – an Eastern European pancake made with buckwheat flour
  • Kaletez – a Breton pancake made with buckwheat flour
  • Memil-buchimgae – a Korean pancake made with buckwheat flour
  • Ploye – a pancake made of buckwheat flour,[1] wheat flour, baking powder and water popular in Northeastern Canada and the United States

Beverages

Memil-cha, a buckwheat tea
Memil-cha, a buckwheat tea

See also

References

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