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Hallyu on a Plate

8 (Thur) – 28 (Wed) Jul 2021
@ Times Square, Harbour City, ifc mall & New Town Plaza stores

Korean creativity is popular throughout the world. This July, city'super Hallyu on a Plate brings you an array of Korean food and popular items, providing a range of new ways to fill your dining table with Korean culture.

Time-saving Easy Korean Cuisine

Work may be busy but it’s important to treat yourself well. Relax and treat yourself to a delicious Korean meal while watching your favourite Korean drama. Head on over to city'super to shop these super convenient quick meals made with premium ingredients that only require simple reheating!

Bibigo Samgyetang (Ginseng Chicken Soup)
Comes with a whole fresh Korean chicken and ginseng with sticky rice and garlic. Rich, fragrant and very appetising.

Samyang Hot Spicy Chicken Stir-fried Kimchi
Hot spicy stir-fried kimchi that you can’t stop at just one bite! Comes in a can for convenience so you can enjoy it anytime, anywhere.

Bibigo Korean Soybean Paste Stew with Beef Brisket
A rich broth made with beef brisket, Korean potatoes and green onions. Perfect with rice.

YDK Crab Paste
No need to refrigerate and is ready to eat. Rich with fragrant crab flavour. Pairs excellently with alcohol or rice.

Creative Korean Dishes: Four Easy Recipes

When a rich food culture meets boundless creativity, that’s how awesome food ideas are born. Have you tried any of these easy yet delicious recipes?

Seaweed Sandwich
Simple to make and delicious to eat, perfect for picnic days.

Cold Soup Noodles
Who says Korean spicy noodles have to be served hot? Let a bowl of cold noodles to help you beat the heat.

Korean Watermelon Cold Noodles
With watermelon rind as the container and a refreshing sauce made from watermelon flesh, it’s a unique, Instagram-worthy bowl of noodles.

Rice Cakes with Cheese
Chewy Korean rice cakes topped with a mountain of cheese—it’s irresistibly delectable!

Must-try “Experimental” Korean Beer

Koreans love beer, so it’s no surprise that there are a lot of famous local breweries in Korea making quality craft beer. Some of our favourite craft beers of late come from Amazing Brewing Company, a brewery known for making “experimental” brews.

Seongsu-dong American Pale Ale (Alc 4.5%)
A light, refreshing ale named after Seongsu-dong, the hometown of the brewery. The beer has a clear appearance and is highly carbonated. The orange and pine fragrance gently coat the mouth, harmonising with the aroma of bread.
Tasting notes: fruity, piney, strong ale flavour

Amazing Lager Pilsner (Alc 5.3%)
Unlike traditional Korean lagers, Amazing Lager is made with the finest malt and hops, giving it a lively flavour and aroma.
Tasting notes: piney, fruity, fresh and light

Mill Ddang Weizen Beer (Alc 5.5%)
Wheat beer is the most basic beer style in craft beer that is suitable even for beginners. The refreshing soft wheat aroma complements the banana scent.
Tasting notes: banana, sweet, light

Sopra Hard Seltzer Beer - Peach Flavor (Alc 5.0%)
With an intense fresh peach aroma.

Korean beer lovers are also creative with their drinking games. A favourite among young people is the “Titanic” combining beer and shochu: a shochu glass is placed inside a beer glass that is 70% full. Players take turn adding in shochu, and the person who makes the shochu glass sink has to drink. Try it next time!

Summer Fun: Homemade Makgeolli

Makgeolli is a traditional Korean rice wine with a very long history. Bring home this Haeoreum House Makgeolli Kit and you can also easily make makgeolli.

Haeoreum House Makgeolli Kit
Contains 10% brown rice, which gives a rich and smooth taste much like that of original rice wine. Only takes 24 hours to ferment, while traditional method takes 3-5 weeks.

Steps

  1. In a bowl or bottle, add makgeolli powder and enzyme powder, as well as 1.5L of lukewarm water (around 25℃.).
  2. Stir well.
  3. Cover well with lid, and let rest for 24 hours at room temperature, between 20℃ to 25℃.
  4. Enjoy once fermentation is complete. Keep the contents in a tightly sealed container. Can keep fresh in the fridge for 30 days.

DIY creative concoctions: Koreans will unleash their creativity by adding soda, honey and cold fruits to makgeolli to create delicious, thirst-quenching slushies.

Korean Food Products for Beauty Lovers

The charm of K-Beauty is undeniable. Recently, an increasing number of Korean food products have incorporated beauty formulas, so you can be beautiful inside and out. Beauty lovers, don’t miss out!

Oljeub Korean Red Ginseng Honey Extract Stick Gift Box
Crafted with 14 precious herbal ingredients, including a six-year-old Korean red ginseng and Korean honey. Very nourishing for the skin.

Oljeub Premium Extract Bellflower Root Pear Stick Gift Box
Made with Korean balloon flower, jujube, papaya and Asian pear. Refreshing, sweet and nutritious.

Haeoreum Konjak Rice (White/ Turmeric)
Every 100g does not contain more than 131 calories. Sugar-free, low in protein, helps to regulate sugar level. Suitable for those on a diet or vegetarians.

Popular in Korea: Freshly Made “Special Cuisine” Bread

Korea of one of Asia’s foremost gourmet destinations. Popular Korean bakery Tardemah is known for its “special cuisine bread” and eager customers often queue up outside its Korean outlets to get a taste. These bread are freshly made daily from organic wheat flour and whole wheat flour, mixed in a golden ratio, along with natural levain, fermented dough and water roux. Now, you can simply drop by city'super ifc mall and New Town Plaza stores to get your hands on them, without the hassle of a queue!

Gorgonzola Honey Cheese Bread

Fig and Chestnut in the Whole Wheat Bread

Coconut Sweet Potato Cream Cheese Brioche

Sweet Pumpkin Cream Cheese Bread

Mugwort Rice-cake Bread

 

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