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Rice Wine 750Ml – Hua Tiao

CHF7.50
Rice wine is a traditional alcoholic beverage in many parts of Asia. It is produced by microbial fermentation of steamed

Aji-no-moto Umami Seasoning 85 gms

CHF2.50
The essence of umami flavour. You can enhance the satisfyingly meaty savouriness to all your home-cooked meals with pure Monosodium

Tiparos Fish Sauce 700 Ml

CHF3.50
Fish sauce is an all-purpose gourmet condiment and essential to Chinese cooking as and when you apply it to your

Kongsem Ground Chilli In Oil 400G

CHF7.90
Kongsem ground chilli oil is used in the pan as a cooking base for meats and vegetables. It is a

Fried Onion 100G – Valkom

CHF2.75
Fried onions are delicious with rice, noodles fried or in soups and salads. Sprinkle these fried shallot onions on top

Mirin Seasoning 500ml – Miyata

CHF9.95
MIRIN SEASONING 500ML Mirin is a common staple used in Japanese cooking. It's a type of rice wine, similar to sake, but with a lower alcohol and higher sugar content. Mirin has a sweet flavor, which makes it a nice contrast when used with saltier sauces, like soy or tamari.

Palm Sugar – Valkom 454 gms

CHF2.00
Touted as a natural sweetener, this sugar comes from the sap of palm flowers, and palm sugar recipes are found

Rice Wine 375Ml – Hua Tiao

CHF4.90
Rice wine is a traditional alcoholic beverage in many parts of Asia. It is produced by microbial fermentation of steamed

Chinkiang Vinegar 554ml – Chundan

CHF4.95
Chinkiang Vinegar 554ml – Chundan Chinkiang vinegar is a traditional Chinese condiment made from fermented black rice. It has a

Kewpie Mayonaise 355ml (Gluten Free)

CHF6.95
Kewpie Mayonnaise gives every dish a rich, tangy, and distinctive character. Known for its “umami” taste, Kewpie Mayonnaise is made

Korean Corn Syrup 700g – Ottogi

CHF4.95
OTTOGI KOREAN CORN SYRUP has a high content of maltose to provide texture and enhance the taste of your cooking.
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Rock Sugar 408g – Jinyi Foodstuff

CHF2.25
Rock sugar is especially common in Asian cuisines and is used to sweeten teas, desserts, and even savory dishes. It