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PlanTable Vegan Kimchi

Kimchi, a Korean delicacy made from fermented vegetables, is now presented in a purely plant-based version without compromising on the intense flavor and traditional craftsmanship. Bite-sized pieces make it easy to enjoy this spicy delight in a variety of ways – whether as a side dish, in salads, or as an inspiring ingredient for creative dishes.

Plant-based Kimchi

  • Crispy Napa cabbage with a spicy kick, imparting the refreshing taste of Korea
  • 100% Vegan, free from fish sauce, and Hala certified
  • Ready to serve instantly with bite-sized Kimchi pieces
  • Rich in probiotics due to fermentation technology
  • Versatile usage: Perfect as a side dish, in rice dishes, soups, wraps, and more
  • Self-sealing container for prolonged freshness

Ingredient List

Salted Napa Cabbage 71,2% (Napa Cabbage, Salt), Red pepper Seasoned Paste 14,5% {Water, Radish, Red Pepper Powder, Garlic, Onion, Ginger, Flavour Enhancer (Monosodium Glutamate), Salt, Thickener (Xanthan Gum)}, Radish, Thickening Agent {Water, Thickener (Xanthan Gum), Salt}, Green Onion, Starter Culture (Soy Peptone), Acidity Regulator (Calcium Lactate) *Contains permitted thickener, flavour enhancer

Nutrition Facts PER 100G PER SERVING 150g
CALORIES 110 kJ / 26 kcal  57 kJ / 13 kcal
FAT < 0,5 g <0,5 g
– SATURATED FAT <0,1 g <0,1 g
– SUGAR 2,1 g 1,0 g
FIBER 2,2 g 1,1 g
PROTEIN 1,9 g 1,0 g
SALT 1,9 g 0,9 g

Keep refrigirated

Contains soybean and may contain traces of shrimp, anchovy.

Gyoza & MANDU Preparation

At the beginning, a dough is made, which tightly encloses the filling. This dough is rolled out very thinly, and then circles fare cut out for the gyoza. Now comes the filling. There are many variations for the filling with or without meat. The last step is to close the gyoza. Since the dough is elastic, you can use different folding techniques. Our gyoza are folded classically. 

What makes them special

Due to the combination of dough and filling, there is an infinite number of possible combinations. Especially the filling varies depending on the region or family recipe. 

The preparation methods also offer many possibilities: baked, pan-fried, steamed or boiled.