Udon is a thick wheat flour noodle, served in its simplest form as kake udon – that is, udon in kakejiru sauce made up or mirin, soy, and dashi stock. This can be served hot or cold so you can have it all year round! Keep SUN Reito Udon in your pantry for quick, easy meals.
SAI Edamame are frozen as soon as the edamame are at their best to ensure you always get a quality product. Simply thaw to room temperature or place in boiling water to make them hot and steamy. Serve as an entree, a side dish, or have as a snack on its own! Edamame are the perfect healthy accompaniment to any dish.
Frozen Foods , Vege
Enjoy these clams shell and all! Frozen at their very best to ensure freshness, Hamaguri Brown clams are an easy solution to making an impressive dinner. Ensure you clean the clams well, removing any sand. Make a simple sauce of mirin and butter to add flavour.
If you’re having a big get together, takoyaki are the perfect share food. These balls are filled with a cube of octopus and cooked to a crisp perfection. To heat back up, deep fry, oven bake, or microwave. Have a few or have a lot and keep the rest in the freezer to bring back out the next time someone stops by unannounced.
Hello Kitty is the adorable Sanri ocharacter who has just about every product imaginable. Of no except is this delightful strawberry flavoured ice mochi. With a thin mochi coating, bite into this refressing frozen dessert, the perfect size for a little treat and great in the Summer heat.
Chuka Wakame is a conveniently sized pack of frozen wakame seaweed. Thaw it to make a refreshing seaweed salad and serve it as an entree or a side dish to any meal. There are also many health benefits to seaweed.
Natto fermented soy beans are a diet staple in many parts of Japan. Each box has 4 single serves, each with a packet of mustard sauce. Mix the sauce and the beans together and eat with rice for the best flavour.
This delicious eel comes already prepared and flavoured in a frozen pack meaning it’s easy to pull out of the freezer for a quick meal. The marinade is a sweet soy sauce base and provides all the flavour you need – there’s absolutely no work in perfecting this eel! For the easiest dish, serve hot over rice for a hearty unagi donburi.
Chikuwa is made from seafood ingredients, seasonings, and egg whites. It’s then wrapped around bamboo to make the tube shape and cooked. This unique and interesting flavour is great to eat as it is, or to cut up and use in your home cooking. Perfectly sized as a sushi filling, or stuff the insides with vegetables, or cheese.
Edamame are boiled soybeans still in their pod and lightly salted for a savoury balance of flavour. Find frozen whole soybean pods inside ready to be heated and eaten. Thaw to room temperature or lightly blanch for a hot snack. To eat, suck the beans out of the pod to get the salty flavour.
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