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Soybean paste stew is a rich, silky jjigae stew made with doenjang soybean paste. It is one of Korea’s most-popular jjigae, served from breakfast to late-night. Cook Note: Main ingredients for Doenjang Jjigae are vegetables such as scallions, aehobak, radishes, potatoes, chili pepper), mushrooms, tofu, seafood (shrimp, clams) and meat (beef, pork). Often, small amount of gochujang (red chili paste) is added for a hint of heat. It is better to boil over low heat for a long time when boiling with sardines or radishes, or on higher heat when adding mushrooms or tofu.AED 28.35 incl. VAT 5%AED 28.35 incl. VAT 5%
Classic Hokkaido winter food.
Stay cosy and rugged up in the colder months with a cup of Hokkai Yamato’s Hokkaido Pumpkin Soup. A delicious blend of pumpkin, other vegetables, soy milk and spices, this luxurious instant soup is free from GMOs and contains no dairy or MSG. Prepare this soup in one minute and face even the coldest winter temperatures like a Hokkaido native.AED 26.25 incl. VAT 5%AED 26.25 incl. VAT 5%
Mupama Tangmyun is a hearty Noodle Soup, made from radish, green onion and garlic which were traditionally used to make broth in Korea, these noodles feature rich vegetable flakes and a refreshing flavor. Chewy and particularly plump noodle.
KRDRA3437 Nong Shim Mupama Sabal Instant Noodles 881431694 112g 무파마 큰사발 Packing 16AED 9.45 incl. VAT 5%AED 9.45 incl. VAT 5%
What does kimchi jjigae taste like?
Kimchi jjigae is often cooked in Korean homes using older, more fermented and “ripe” kimchi, creating a much stronger taste and containing higher amounts of “good” bacteria (also found in yogurt). … Sliced kimchi is put into a pot with beef, pork, or seafood; tofu; sliced spring onions; and garlic.
Is Korean tofu soup healthy?
Korean tofu soup is somewhat high in fat, due to the tofu and eggs, among other ingredients. … If you consume 2000 calories per day, that means you should not have a total intake of more than 14 grams of saturated fat.AED 28.35 incl. VAT 5%AED 28.35 incl. VAT 5%
MiYeok Guk is a popular Korean soup. Korean people can eat this soup anytime, but it is very popular for special days like birthdays, weaning days, etc. Sea mustard has good nutrition in it. According to Wikipedia, “In Oriental medicine, seaweed has been used for blood purification, intestinal strength, skin, hair, reproductive organs, and menstrual regularity.” So, it is a common practice in Korea that moms eat sea mustard soup after they birth their babies because Koreans believe that this sea mustard soup gives nutrition to both mom and baby through mom’s milk.
There is a funny superstition that some people consider seriously about sea mustard soup: The fresh or soaked sea mustard has a slippery surface. One Korean word for slippery is “미끄러지다,” which can imply that somebody will fall down. Some people try to not to eat sea mustard soup near an important testing day because they do not want to get bad luck from eating it – as to fall down, drop, or fail the test. I personally don’t believe it, but just wanted to share this humorous culture with you. This is a beef version of sea mustard soup, but you can use tuna can, clam, mushroom, or make it without any meat instead.AED 21.00 incl. VAT 5%AED 21.00 incl. VAT 5%