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Kimchi Coréen

Le kimchi est un pilier de la cuisine coréenne. Le chou fermenté est mélangé à du poivron rouge, de l'oignon et de l'ail pour créer un délicieux mets qui peut être consommé seul, avec du riz ou frit dans un wok avec des nouilles.
€212
Ingredients

Chou napa (76%), radis (12%), poudre de piment rouge (2,4%), sel, oignon, ail, sucre, extrait de levure, bactéries lactiques, épaississant (gomme xanthane).

Allergens

Sans Gluten

Customer Reviews

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Evelina S
Brilliant

Great product

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Diana
Kimchi sachet

Great taste, good strong kimchi flavour, or if you're new to kimchi
mix with other veggies and give them a kick ! Yum

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Weronika
big plus for convenience

I am glad to find that kimchi. It tastes well and the packaging is so convenient!

J
Jess
Kimchi good

Enjoyed

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Arthur Clapson
Kimchi

Not very spicy and it had radish in which i have not had before not very good

Kimchi Coréen

Kelly Says

"Comme pour tous les Coréens, le kimchi est pour moi un aliment de tous les jours. Je peux le manger avec n'importe quoi, tout seul, avec du riz, dans un ragoût ou n'importe quel type de nouilles !"


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