Very good! We lived in Northern China for 3 years and I would walk once or twice a week to a local butcher shop. The cleanest butcher shop in our area and it just happened to be owned by a husband and wife from Korea. There are apparently a lot of Koreans in that area of China. The butchers wife made these and sold them in the shop. She made them with ham but no cheese.....cheese was very expensive there so that may be why she didn't use the cheese. She also made one with tuna (canned) and pineapple. Sounds strange but it was delicious! So glad I found this recipe.....I really miss living in China and I miss the Korean butcher and his lovely wife. This is definitely a comfort food for me now! So THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU to Katie K for posting this recipe!!!
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Very good! We lived in Northern China for 3 years and I would walk once or twice a week to a...