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KRDSD03928 CJ Pickled Sliced Radish (Wasabi) 8801391102708 320g 백설 쌈무 (와사비) Packing 12
The Korean radish provides dietary fiber, vitamin C, and carotene. Both the raw Korean radish and the kimchee are popularly used in Korean cuisine and are believed to be beneficial in supporting digestive health.AED 10.50 incl. VAT 5%AED 10.50 incl. VAT 5%
Is pickled radish good for you?
The good thing about them is you eat them raw preserving all their nutritional value. Radishes are a great source of fiber, potassium, magnesium, vitamin C, and calcium. They are good for your digestive system and can help relieve bloating or indigestion. … I can eat a whole bowl full of sweet and sour pickled radishes.AED 15.75 incl. VAT 5%AED 15.75 incl. VAT 5%
Traditionally, pickled ginger (or gari) is served as a palate cleanser during a meal made up of several courses of sushi. A bite of ginger between the different pieces of sushi allows you to distinguish the distinct flavors of each fish.AED 32.55 incl. VAT 5%AED 32.55 incl. VAT 5%
A delicious pickle is a beautiful thing, and Japan happens to have them in droves. Ranging in flavour from quite sweet to intensely sour, Japanese pickles are used in all sorts of Japanese cooking. hether it be rolled into your sushi, laid on top of your rice, or served by itself in a little side dish, pickles are a frequent lunch, dinner, and snacktime companion in Japan.AED 115.50 incl. VAT 5%AED 115.50 incl. VAT 5%
The perfect rice companion.
One of Japan’s most popular pickled treats just got better. This delectable sour and tart delicacy is great on its own as a light snack, as a flavour-packed topping for white rice or when rolled up in onigiri.Have been pickled in salt with no additives.AED 18.90 incl. VAT 5%AED 18.90 incl. VAT 5%
Burdock root, also known as gobo, is popular in Asian dishes. Pickled burdock root is often accompaniment to sushi or rice meals. With a pleasantly crunchy texture, burdock has a sweet flavor that’s similar to lotus root, though its taste is distinctive enough to make it worth the trouble of seeking it out and preparing it. The texture of burdock is also unique: meaty and crispy, with a certain chew that’s hardier than that of most root vegetables. Cook Note: It works very well in stir fries, braises, and soups. It can also be peeled, sliced and eaten raw out of hand or on a salad. It resembles a radish with a slight artichoke flavor when eaten this way. It oxidizes very quickly, though, so it’s good to put the raw slices in a bowl of lemon water to prevent browning.AED 15.75 incl. VAT 5%AED 15.75 incl. VAT 5%
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 incl. VAT 5%AED 28.35 incl. VAT 5%
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 incl. VAT 5%AED 15.75 incl. VAT 5%