• New

    Glutinous Rice Flour

    태국 찹쌀가루

    500g
    AED 8.00
  • New

    Phoenix Brand Tapioca Starch 500g

    피닉스 브랜드 타피오카 전분 500g

    500g
    AED 8.40
  • Soda

    식소다

    60g
    AED 3.15

    Soda

    AED 3.15
  • New

    Mustard powder in pack

    강겨자

    500g
    AED 17.85
  • AED 3.15
  • AED 3.15

    #Soda Powder 60g

    AED 3.15
  • AED 50.40

    Green Bean Starch

    AED 50.40
  • AED 15.75

    Wheat Flour(Soft)

    AED 15.75
  • Acorn Powder 1kg

    Pack size: 1kg
    Origin: South Korea
    Brand: Kimpo Macah


    DESCRIPTION

    Acorn Jelly (Dotorimuk 도토리묵) is a jelly made from cooking dried acorn powder with water and then letting it cool to become like jello but firmer. Koreans slice this into thick squares and enjoy it drizzled with spicy soy sauce.

    Storage Conditions
    Please store at room temperature or cool. Do not store in direct sunlight or in a warm place.

    Preparation And Usage


    INGREDIENTS & NUTRITION FACTS  
    Ingredients
    Acorn powder and salt
    Nutrition Facts
    “Serving Size 100 g Calories
    44 Total Fat0.2g0%Cholesterol0mg0%Sodium3mg0%Total Carbohydrate10g4Protein0.2g

    1Kg
    AED 99.75

    Acorn Powder 1kg

    AED 99.75
  • AED 42.00
  • Thai Panko Bread Crumbs

    Panko bread crumbs can transform quick pan-sautéed fish from simply good to absolutely great. Once you’ve tried panko, you may never fry with an ordinary bread crumb again.

    1Kg
    AED 28.35
  • AED 19.95
  • Corn Syrup

    Corn syrup is a mildly sweet syrup derived from corn starch. Its main function in recipes is to provide sweetness and moisture, and to prevent the crystallization of sugar. It provides a smooth texture to cooked sweets, such as candies, as well as no-bake recipes, such as ice cream.

    5kg
    AED 63.00

    Corn Syrup

    AED 63.00
  • Sale
    -30%
    AED 23.52AED 33.60
  • Sale
    -50%
    AED 78.75AED 157.50
  • Potato Starch

    Potato starch is a fine powder made by extracting starch from raw potatoes. It is white and soft to the touch. Potato starch is frequently used as a thickening agent for sauces. Cook Note: To use potato starch as a thickening agent, always mix it with cold water first, using a 1:1 ratio. Add the mixture to a sauce or a dish while it’s on low heat.

    500g,500g
    AED 15.75

    Potato Starch

    AED 15.75
  • Bean Powder 400g

    What is bean powder used for?
    White Bean Flour: A previously underutilized ingredient that is gaining popularity, white bean flour is a wonderful thickener for sauces and gravies, as well as a great base for dips and soups. With a very mild flavor, white bean flour is a great addition to baking and can be used in sweet and savory recipes.

    400g
    AED 15.75

    Bean Powder 400g

    AED 15.75
  • AED 15.75
  • AED 7.35
  • Wheat Flour For Fry

    글로벌 튀김가루

    1Kg
    AED 16.80
  • RoastedSesame Seed

    They add a wonderful, toasted nuttiness to many Korean dishes, and are particularly important in giving vegetarian dishes an extra dimension of flavor.

    200g
    AED 31.50

    RoastedSesame Seed

    AED 31.50
  • Mamenori Soybean Paper

    Soybean paper also referred to as mamenori or mame-nori-san are thin wrappers used as a substitute for nori. These versatile wrappers can also be used as a spring roll wrapper or even as a dessert wrap.

    65g
    AED 77.70
  • Dried Seaweed (For Soup)

    Gim (김), also romanized as kim, is the Korean name for edible seaweed species in the genera Pyropia and Porphyra, including P. tenera, P. yezoensis, P. suborbiculata, P. pseudolinearis, P. dentata, and P. seriata. The red algae genera are also consumed in Japanese cuisine, where it is known as nori, and in Wales and Ireland, where it is known as laverbread.

    Along with miyeok (brown seaweed) and dasima (kelp), gim is one of the most widely cultivated and consumed types of seaweed in Korea. It is commonly eaten as a banchan (side dish) and used to make seaweed rice rolls known as gimbap.

    250g
    AED 44.10
  • Matsunseng Seafood Stock Mix

    Fish stock forms the basis of many dishes, particularly fish soups and sauces. In the West, it is usually made with fish bones and fish heads and finely chopped mirepoix. This fish stock should be cooked for 2–25 minutes—cooking any longer spoils the flavour. Concentrated fish stock is called “fish fumet”.

    In Japan, a fish and kelp stock called dashi is made by briefly (3–5 minutes) cooking skipjack tuna (bonito) flakes called katsuobushi in nearly boiling water. Other Japanese fish stock is made from fish that have been fried and boiled for several hours, creating a white milky broth. This has a rich feel and sweet umami taste.

    Stock can also be made using other seafoods. For example, prawn stock made from simmering prawn shells is used in Southeast Asian dishes such as laksa.

    72g
    AED 36.75
  • Matsunseng Anchovy Dashi Stock Mix

    Give life to your Korean soup by this Matsunseng Anchovy Dashi Stock Mix which is the most commonly used in Korean cooking.

    80g
    AED 42.00
  • Fine Sugar (Pack)

    Eliminating added sugars and maintaining a diet rich in whole foods has manybenefits for the body. Reducing sugar intake and eating a healthful diet may help people: lose weight and prevent obesity. have more energy throughout the day.

    1Kg
    AED 10.50

    Fine Sugar (Pack)

    AED 10.50
  • Dark Brown Sugar (Pack)

    흑설탕 삼온당 (백설)

    1Kg
    AED 15.75
  • Brown Sugar (Pack) 1kg

    Brown sugar is a sucrose sugar product with a distinctive brown color due to the presence of molasses. It is either an unrefined or partially refined soft sugar consisting of sugar crystals with some residual molasses content, or it is produced by the addition of molasses to refined white sugar.

    1Kg
    AED 10.50
  • Oligo Malt Syrup

    올리고당(백설)

    700g
    AED 12.60

    Oligo Malt Syrup

    AED 12.60

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