In Korea, a sweet bread is sold in the street markets. It looks like a
raised doughnut without a hole and is filled with a brown sugar syrup. Its
name is hoe-takk (I've never seen it properly spelled in English, but that's
how it sounds).
The raw hoe-takk is kept in a cloth-lined container. They are cooked on
demand on a hot grill. You get a little paper napkin to hold the hoe-takk.
The hot brown sugar syrup sometimes runs down your hand, so you lick it off
not only to clean your hand, but also because you don't want to lose one
Does anyone have a recipe?