• AED 15.75
  • Nameko Mizuni

    Forest Nameko has an earthy, forest flavor that is enhanced when sautéed, and the silky texture withstands the sautéing process well. The layer of naturally occurring gelatin on the cap allows Forest Nameko to act as a light thickener for soups and sauces.

    The beautiful, bright-orange color and glossy, moist texture of this mushroom adds an enchanting dimension to culinary creations. This mushroom is a wonderful compliment for meat, fowl, and game. Nameko is popular in Asia where it is a standard ingredient in Miso soup. Certified organic by QAI. Firm texture with a slightly fruity forest flavor, and a stunning accent of amber color. Pair with Pinot Noir. it likes shallot, dark green vegetables, miso, red meats.

    400g
    AED 32.55

    Nameko Mizuni

    AED 32.55
  • AED 68.25
  • AED 15.75
  • Lychee In Syrup

    Lychees are Asian native, and these ones are procured from Thailand. They are juicy white fruits and are freshly harvested, and canned without compromising its flavor and aroma. The can contains lychees after peeling and removing the seeds.

    565g
    AED 10.50

    Lychee In Syrup

    AED 10.50
  • AED 8.40
  • D3 Ottogi Canned Tuna (For Kimchi Stew)

    Fresh tuna caught in the Pacific ocean is quick frozen to -2℃ to preserve the freshness, taste, and nutrient of a live tuna with plenty protein. Added with garlic, ginger and other kimchi seasonings, no need to apply additional seasonings for a kimchi stew. You only need kimchi to make a spicy and delicious kimchi stew.

    150g
    AED 10.50
  • D3 Ottogi Canned Tuna (Vegetable)

    Fresh tuna caught in the pacific ocean is quick frozen to preserve the freshness, taste and nutrient of a live tuna with plenty protein. Added with Korean onion, carrot and other vegetable along with sweet and sour tomato sauce to provide a fresh taste. Rich vegetable scent with high vegetable content provides construes a high protein food for side dishes or children‘s nutrient snack.

    150g
    AED 10.50
  • Longan In Syrup

    Chaokoh has the sweet and delicious Longan fruit canned in a syrupy liquid which is ideal to have as a snack. The Longan fruit, which is called Lam Yai in the Thai language, is one of most demanded tropical fruits. Its white pulp is sweet and at the same time is juicy.

    565g
    AED 8.93

    Longan In Syrup

    AED 8.93
  • AED 10.24
  • D3 Ottogi Canned Tuna (Chili)

    고추참치통조림 (Ottogi)

    150g
    AED 10.50
  • AED 68.25

    Red Bean Can

    AED 68.25
  • Canned Ugeoji 1.8kg

    It is outer leaves or stems of cabbage, radish, and other greens, which are removed while trimming the vegetables.[ is often used in soups and stews, including haejang-guk (hangover soup).

    1.8kg
    AED 26.25
  • AED 10.50
  • Canned Sunji 1.8kg

    clotted blood of cattle soup Good food for anemia.
    Good for preventing and improving anemia. It is helpful for those who have anemia or dizziness because there are many iron fractions that are easily absorbed. Especially women who have a menstrual period once a month, it is better to consume foods rich in iron.

    It is good food to relieve hangover.
    When we boil the prefecture, we boil the vegetables with lots of vitamins, minerals and pectin fiber, such as radishes, bean sprouts, and prawns, in addition to sunae. Asparaginic acid, especially rich in bean sprouts, is also known as a hangover-free food because it helps to digest enzymes that break down alcohol in the liver.

    High-protein low-calorie food.
    Sunji is a high protein, but it is not a fat food because it is low in calories. However, it is not good for diet when you eat soup because salt is added to the leading country. Still, those who exercise are good food to supplement and restore energy. In addition, it also discharges bad ingredients such as heavy metal components in the body.

    1.8kg
    AED 31.50

    Canned Sunji 1.8kg

    AED 31.50
  • D3 Ottogi Canned Tuna (Oil)

    Fresh tuna caught in the Pacific ocean is quick frozen to preserve the freshness, taste, and nutrient of a live tuna with plenty of protein. The odor is removed with vegetable ingredients (onion, cabbage). Applicable as side dishes, to salads, sandwiches, kimchi stew or other cookings as you prefer.

    150g
    AED 10.50
  • AED 52.50
  • Canned Soybean Sprout 1.8kg

    re one of the most common and basic ingredients in Korean cuisine. In Korean, the word kongnamul refers to both the soybean sprouts themselves and the namul (seasoned vegetable dish) made from soybean sprouts. The namul dish, made by stir-frying soybean sprouts with sesame oil. Soybean sprouts are also used in bibimbap.

    1.8kg
    AED 31.50

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