- Date: 28 June, 2018|Categories: Recipes
Ingredients Preparation (paper cup and spoon measure)
Main ingredients : TTUCK AHN AE cheese rice cake (250g), Ramen noodle (one bag), fish cake(2 sheets-100g), onion(1/4 of a head-50g), Green onion (1/3 of a stem)
Broth ingredients : water(5 cups), kelp(5cm square shape, 4 sheets)
Seasoning Ingredients : red pepper powder (2), sugar(0.5), minced garlic(0.5), hot pepper paste(3), brewed soy sauce(2), oyster sauce(1), oligosaccharide(2), sesame seed(0.5), sesame oil(0.5)Read more
11th June 2018
- New courier service - APC Overnight, a better support & service for the frozen/chilled delivery.
- Free shipping is now available for Offshore UK (Northern Ireland, Channel Islands, Isle of Wight, Isle of Man, Scottish Highlands and Islands, Scilly Isles). Orders over £100, first 25kg free.
- Standard delivery (<25kg) price drops £1.00 (Now £5.99)
- Saturday special delivery (<25kg) price drops £5.01 (Now £9.99), added new Sunday special delivery service (£9.99). Both Sat/Sun delivery services only apply to dry goods order.
- Free shipping is available for few EU countrie destinations, >>more information
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Let’s go involve with a bit of Japanese food knowledge today.
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