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Marukome Instant Miso Soup (Tofu) pack of 8R75.00
Miso soup is almost an indispensable part of Japanese lunch and dinner. Miso soup consists of miso paste, Japanese broth and side dishes, and is often served with rice. If you don’t have time to prepare authentic miso soup in person, then it doesn’t matter. This instant Miso soup by Marukome will take you just 1 min. to make.
Instructions: Pour the ingredients and miso paste into the soup bowl and add 160ml of boiled hot water. Serve after mixing well.
Neoguri Udon Instant NoodleR28.00
Noodles: Wheat Flour, Palm Oil, Potato Starch, Salt, Modified Potato Starch, Salt
1. Boil 550ml (about 2 1/4 cup) of water. Add noodles, soup base and vegetable mix.
2. Cook for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.
3. Remove from heat and serve.
Pork Ramen Broth (500ml)R65.00
RICH, CREAMY WHITE BROTH, PERFECT FOR DUMPLING SOUP
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 BeansR65.00 – R155.00
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
Mirin Kong YenR85.00
Kong Yen is a Trusted Taiwanese Brand.
The rich sweet and winey Mirin can eliminate the bad smell of food. The sweetness can bring out the best taste of the original food. Mirin also could tender and enhance the colour and gloss meat. Adding few drop of Mirin make your dishes incredibly delicious
Japanese Mayonnaise KewpieR85.00
The mayonnaise of Japan Mayonnaise was first introduced to Japan in 1925.
Since then, Kewpie mayo has been one of the predominant household condiments there.
People often use it on vegetables and as a salad dressing.
A must have for all mayonnaise lovers.