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House Foods Vermont Curry ( Karakuchi ) – Hot & Spicy

RM12.63
バーモントカレー <辛口>
Vermont Curry is the number-one selling brand of Japanese curry roux. It’s curry with a touch a apple and honey. Apples and Honey give the curry a mild taste. Great for the entire family. This curry mix is inspired by a healthy home remedy that originated in Vermont. Concentrated for maximum flavor and made even more flavorful and compact by blending ingredients that have been concentrated using a minimum amount of oils   Expiry Date : 1st Sept 2022

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Karaage Japanese Style Fried Chicken Flour

RM7.75
日清から揚げ粉
Karaage is Japanese Fried Chicken and it is super delicious and addictive. They make great snacks and go well with just about any meal.This flour mix for making karaage ( japanese style fried chicken ) contains  vegetables and chicken extract for a superior taste and aroma. With nisshin karaage flour , you will achieve a crunchy and at the same time juicy karaage   Expiry Date : 9th Nov 2022  

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Kewpie Mayonnaise

RM15.36
キューピーマヨネーズ
SC PROMO CODE :SXCC017_RM2 RM 2 Discount ( Limited Redemption )
Kewpie Original Japanese Mayonnaise is Kewpie’s flagship product, and has been cherished by consumers across Japan since 1925. The key to its remarkably rich flavor is “egg”. Kewpie Mayonnaise is the “egg yolk type”, which contains egg yolk and vinegar instead of whole egg that makes the texture smoother and creamer . It goes well with salad, sandwiches, sushi, and much more
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Kikkoman Soy Sauce Naturally Brewed

RM9.90
キッコーマンしょうゆ・自然醸造

Kikkoman Soy Sauce is naturally brewed like wine, from wheat, soybeans, water and salt, a process that takes months, allowing its rich, complex and mellow flavour to develop. Unlike some soy sauces which are chemically-made in a few days, Kikkoman Naturally Brewed Soy Sauce takes months to make, resulting in a rich, savoury taste.

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Kikkoman Thick Teriyaki Sauce

RM13.60
キッコーマン・濃い口照焼きソース
If you enjoy grilled, fried or braised meat or vegetables in a savory marinade, Kikkoman’s marinade BBQ sauce is perfect for you. Although it’s probably most popular as a barbecue marinade, it’s also a great way to jazz up fried foods with a spicy kick. Kikkoman Marinade BBQ Sauce has a distinctive, full-bodied flavour because it is manufactured on the basis of Kikkoman’s classic soy sauce from the four pure ingredients of soy beans, wheat, water and salt. Product Weight : 290g Expiry Date : 1st Dec 2023
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Meiji Plain Crackers with Oat (S)

RM4.78
明治プレーンクラッカーオーツ
Luxurious tasting plain wheat crackers, with oats. A staple of Japanese snacks and confectionery giant Meiji, this oat variety of Plain is perfect for those who always enjoy an extra mix of grains in what they eat. Made with rich French butter and miso powder to develop an umami flavour, these crackers can be enjoyed on their own or with your favorite cracker toppings.

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Sanuki Udon Noodle

RM14.14
讃岐うどん
Sanuki udon has been the type of Udon Noodle most popular in the Kagawa prefecture in Japan. It is characterized by its square shape and flat edges with rather chewy texture and in an authentic sense with ingredients being mainly specialty wheat flour.
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Shimoda Hokkaido Katakuriko Potato Starch

RM5.80
片栗粉 下田・北海道産馬鈴薯でんぷん100%
The most secret of secret ingredients for Japan's delicious fried foods and desserts! This small pack of potato flour, or katakuriko, is used in Japanese cuisine to make tempura batter, to coat chicken pieces when making karaage, as a main ingredient in traditional Japanese desserts, and as a sauce thickener for stir fries and marinades. This flour is well worth keeping in storage for your Japanese cooking adventures!

 
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Togakushi Shinshu Soba – Buckwheat Dried Noodle

RM13.16
信州更科そば
Soba noodles are noodles made of buckwheat flour, roughly as thick as spaghetti, and prepared in various hot and cold dishes. Soba dishes are very popular and easily available nationwide. As 100% buckwheat soba noodles tend to be brittle, many restaurants add some wheat flour when preparing their noodles.