Korean Traditional Crisps
[INQ. NO. 1804C21] Traditional crisps are made of dried and fried seaweed, lotus root, sesame leaf, and then fried in oil. In the past, they were mainly eaten as a side dish, but nowadays they are enjoyed as a snack.
Oh Hgg Sook’s Traditional Crisps is a world-class snack that is produced by applying glutinous rice on various agricultural ingredients and adding flavor with a variety of seasonings. The many agricultural products used in Oh Hgg Sook’s Traditional Crisps are always supplied fresh through contract cultivation.
Oh Hgg Sook’s Traditional Crisps use only 100% vegetable oil such as corn oil and brown rice oil. Unlike other deep-fried food products that use wet dough and ingredients, Oh Hgg Sook’s Traditional Crisps use the traditional method by frying completely dried ingredients for three to five seconds, thus retaining a crisp texture. Also in the final stage, it is baked once again in the company’s self-developed tunnel oven to remove all grease.
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