The History Of Sudha
The term girl suduce is a combination of two words sushi and udon. It’s a dish served during the afternoon tea when guests are invited to sit together at the table. Made from rice, sweetened with water, sudha means sweet. Udon is fish. When translated literally it means good food.
There are many cultural explanations for the popularity of girl soda and girl suduce in South Korea and other Asian countries. Girls at that time were expected to be home by dinnertime. When dinner was ready, it’s not uncommon for family and friends to gather around and have some tea, conversation and maybe even dance. After a few courses, everyone would sit down to eat, drink some tea and discuss what they had just eaten. It was customary to leave one dish for a friend or family member to help clean up, so you can imagine how much this all slowed down when no one wanted to help. It became a customary rule to leave one for the girl or women who finished the meal.
Today, a girl suduce has evolved into a more sophisticated version. Many Korean restaurants have girl suduce on their menus, and it is now considered an authentic cuisine. It’s usually served with vegetables and meat as a side.
Traditionally, in Korea, a boy was sent to school after birth. Young boys were not given the same rights as girls and were often kept in a separate room or even in a cabinet as a result. This separation from a mother could last for several years. Sometimes the entire family lived in the same house, depending on the boy’s parents ability to support themselves.
Sudha was a special treat when a girl was brought home from school. She was given a sweet dish called such. This was prepared by cutting a banana in half, scooping out the insides and then scooping again into another bowl of bananas and then into yet another. The girl was then given a piece of sweet bread with the help of such leaves. These little treats were enjoyed by all guests at the girl’s home during her first year of attending school.
Sudha had a lot of uses, especially for the little kids. It was often prepared and eaten with rice, meat, or fish. If the family had a party, such could be a great finger food that could be shared by everybody. They were also a delicious snack for those who couldn’t afford table food. Today, girl’s parties are still celebrated with such, but they’re usually a bit more refined.