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Badabon Co., Ltd. is a global food specialty company manufacturing agricultural and marine products such as abalone processed products (simmered in soy sauce, canned, steak, smoky flavor) from trustworthy clean seas. Badajin, the food brand of Badabon, a trustworthy brand made by determined people who follow true fundamentals and principles, means ‘truly and properly made nourishing food’. We will return your interest and love to you as a healthy and happy value.
Soybean Paste Stew with Abalone and Seafood tastes great by adding shellfishes such as abalones and seafood and various ingredients to well-ripened domestic traditional soybean paste. You can feel the taste of chewy abalones and aromatic soybean paste if you eat it especially when you lost appetite. it is poreferred as much as Kimchi stew by Korean people.
It is made with chewy, nutritious abalones and a variety of condiments and can be easily, deliciously eaten uncooked anywhere without side dishes with an aromatic fragrance and a savory taste when poured on boiled rice or instant cooked rice.
Kimchi stew, which is one of the representative Korean dishes, is spicy stew made with Kimchi and is the most well-known stew dish along with soybean paste stew and soft tofu stew. Abalone Kimchi Stew is delicious and nutritious by using well-ripened Kimchi, various condiments, and nutrient-rich chewy abalones, makes you regain the appetite you lost, and is also highly suitable as an accompaniment of drinks.
Seaweed soup is boiled with seaweeds. In Korea, mother after giving birth eats cooked ice and seaweed soup. Seaweed is rich in calciums and iodines, which clean blood and promote blood circulation, helping children and mothers after giving birth Fantastic mixture of abalones and seaweeds refreshing, aromatic abalone seaweed soup tastes great by adding abalones and well-soaked seaweeds together and is good for postnatal care and senior citizens and as health diet as well.
Soft tofu stew is a Korean stew dish made with soft tofu as a main ingredient and is made with clams, meat, tofu, green onions, garlics, red pepper powders, salt, etc, as a subsidiary ingredient. It can be made by adding egg, mushrooms, black pepper powders, etc, according to the occasion and is much preferred by children and senior citizens because of a soft, good taste. Soft Tofu Stew with Abalone and Seafood is deliciousand nutritious by adding abalones and seafoods and makes you feel a refreshing and spicy taste of its own by chewy abalones and seafood when mixed on boiled rice. It is very good to eat as health diet by regaining your appetite.
It tastes spicy and sweet by mixing abalones with various spicy condiments and can be easily eaten uncooked as an accompaniment of drinks and a side dish of cooked rice.
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We have this new product 'ripe kimchi stew with shrimp'. Ripe kimchi stew is a well-known korea traditional dish as you might already know. We put fresh shrimps in it and you will have both good taste and full of nutrition.
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