Kimchi is a spicy, pungent condiment made from fermented vegetables. It’s a staple of Korean cuisine, and many families make their own.
The easiest and most popular way to use kimchi is to simply serve it in its own dish alongside a main meal.
Other common ways to use kimchi include stirring it through plain noodles or rice, or as a filling for Korean savoury pancakes or steamed buns. Kimchi burgers and kimchi hot dogs are wildly popular, and are a great way to introduce yourself to this Korean staple.
Keep away from direct sunlight and in cool and dry.
Ingredients: gabbage 80%, salt, chilli, garlic, carrot, scallion, ginger, FISH sauce (FISH, salt, glucose), preservative E270.
Nutrition information: typical values per 100g: energy 142kJ/34kcal, fat 0,4g, of which saturates 0,1g, carbohydrate 5,8g, of which sugars 2,4g, protein 1,8g, salt 1,3g.