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Black Sesame Mochi Ice Cream 福爾摩沙麻棋冰芝麻口味R45.00 – R210.00
Roasted, ground and sweetened black sesame is the ice cream flavour you didn’t know you needed until you try it. Doubly exciting when it is wrapped in soft, chewy mochi. Sold as packs of two (2) mochi ice creams in each pack. Available in a family size box with total of ten (10) mochi ice creams.
Peanut Mochi Ice Cream 福爾摩沙麻棋冰花生口味R45.00 – R210.00
Peanut flavoured ice cream wrapped in soft, sweet and chewy mochi. The flavour is moorish and decadent. Sold as packs of two (2) mochi ice creams in each pack. Available in a family size box with total of ten (10) mochi ice creams.
Brown Sugar Boba Milk Ice Cream Bar 小美黑糖珍奶R39.00
Brown Sugar Boba Milk as a drink is appealing for its marbled appearance and its rich flavour. These are the exact same reasons the ice cream bar version is just as good. It even has real tapioca “boba” pearls
Taro Mochi Ice Cream 福爾摩沙麻棋冰芋頭口味R45.00 – R210.00
Arguably the most authentically Taiwanese flavour out there, taro is king amongst ice cream flavours. This taro ice cream is wrapped in soft, chewy mochi, making it the frozen bite of happiness we all look forward to at the end of the day. Sold as packs of two (2) mochi ice creams in each pack. Available in a family size box with total of ten (10) mochi ice creams.
Oolong Tea Boba Ice Cream Bar 铁觀音奶蓋珍珠雪糕R39.00
Tea is something of a cultural heritage in Taiwan. As a Commonwealth country, South Africa is no stranger to tea but we are definitely not on the same level as Taiwan. Oolong tea may hug your soul when you sip on it in a tea cup while it is still piping hot, but as a chilled ice lolly with “boba” pearls in it…. oooh! It is just delightful!
Nittin Udon Noodles 800gR65.00
Udon is a type of thick, wheat-flour noodle used frequently in Japanese cuisine. It is often served hot as a noodle soup in its simplest form, as kake udon, in a mildly flavoured broth called kakejiru, which is made of dashi, soy sauce, and mirin.
This pack has 4 portions of packed udon noodles.
Preparation: Boil the udon noodles for 10 – 15 minute and rinse with cold water.
Freshly Frozen Edamame BeansR55.00 – R90.00
Frozen whole Edamame beans in the pod. Delicious as a snack, simply sprinkled with flaked sea salt or dipped in soya sauce. To eat, place the pod in your mouth, gently squeeze the beans out and enjoy.
- Keep frozen
To prepare just give the Edamame beans a good rinse and wash from frozen and steam them for 15 minutes