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Solid jeotgal are usually eaten as banchan (side dishes). Liquid jeotgal, called aekjeot (액젓) or fish sauce, is popularly used in kimchi seasoning, as well as in various soups and stews (guk, jijimi, jjigae). As a condiment, jeotgal with smaller bits of solid ingredients such as saeu-jeot (shrimp jeotgal) is commonly served as a dipping sauce with pork dishes (bossam, jokbal, samgyeopsal), sundae (Korean sausage), hoe (raw fish), and a number of soups and stews.AED 26.25 Inc VATAED 26.25 Inc VAT
The perfect rice companion.
One of Japan’s most popular pickled treats just got better. Made with no additives, these pickled plums have been seasoned with honey, vinegar and sugar to balance out the rich sour flavour with irresistible sweetness. These are best enjoyed with rice or sake.AED 15.75 Inc VATAED 15.75 Inc VAT
Ginger sprouts you can stylishly incorporate the zesty flavour of ginger into your cooking. Pickled in salt and seasoned with perilla leaves, these sticks of pink ginger are regularly used in the presentation of high-end Japanese cuisine or paired with grilled fish dishes. They can also be used to cleanse the pallet between courses.AED 28.35 Inc VATAED 28.35 Inc VAT