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Vegetarians, if you’ve ever wondered what pork rinds taste like, get yourself a bag of noriten (のり天), a Japanese snack of fried tempura chips lined with nori (dried seaweed). These deceptively light chips have a hearty crunchy, crackly texture that reminds us of deep fried pig skin, if it were seaweed-flavored. It’s easy to see why noriten is a popular bar snack in Japan. The Serious Eats office devoured a few bags in no time, sans alcohol.AED 18.90 incl. VAT 5%AED 18.90 incl. VAT 5%
In 1978, it was developed for anyone to enjoy the imported fruit, banana.
It was named as such as its shape resembles the movement pattern of a ‘front ball kick’ of soccer, the nation’s favorite sport.
– Tender and sweet banana flavor
– Brings the feature of sweet banana softly melting in the mouth.AED 7.35 incl. VAT 5%AED 7.35 incl. VAT 5%
Made of corn, the staple for Indians, it was named INDIAN CORN SNACK. The advertisement ‘AH-AH-AH-INDIAN CORN SNACK’ became a hit and the game using it was once popularized.
– Mouth-filling savory corn
– Contains 70% corn, savory corn snack
– Enjoy a different taste with milk.AED 6.30 incl. VAT 5%AED 6.30 incl. VAT 5%
Spicy rice chochung used in Chochung U-Gua was enjoyed by a prince in the Chosun dynasty before going to school as it would improve memory with about two spoonfuls.
Realizing this, chewy ugua has now been made into a crispy snack with this product.AED 8.40 incl. VAT 5%AED 8.40 incl. VAT 5%