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Mandu (만두; 饅頭) are dumplings in Korean cuisine. Mandu can be steamed, boiled, pan-fried, or deep-fried. The styles also vary across regions in Korean Peninsula. Mandu were long part of Korean royal court cuisine, but are now found in supermarkets, restaurants, and snack places such as pojangmacha, bunsikjip throughout KoreaAED21.00 Inc VATAED21.00 Inc VAT
Marinated thin slices of beef are pounded and pressed into lumps, similar to hamburger patties. Usually grilled to crisp on surface, the Eonyang-style bulgogi is sometimes called bassak bulgogi, which means crisp-grilled bulgogi.AED44.10 Inc VATAED44.10 Inc VAT
vienna sausages are made from meat such as chicken, beef, turkey and pork (or blends thereof) finely ground to a paste consistency and mixed with salt and spices, notably mustard, then stuffed into a long casing, sometimes smoked and always thoroughly cooked, after which the casings are removed as with hot dogs. The sausages are then cut into short segments for canning and further cooked. They are also available packed in chili or barbecue sauces.AED52.50 Inc VATAED52.50 Inc VAT