Korean Cuisine Restaurant

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Soups are a common part of any Korean meal. They can be made into more formal soups known as tang or more thicker, heavier seasoned soups or stews called Jjigae. Equally known is Kimchi, which is mainly made with seasoned cabbage, radish or cucumber.  By no means Korea sweets can be left out by the discussion.  Gwapyoen, for instance, is noted for its jelly-like confection made by boiling sour fruits, starch and sugar.

Sunshine Energy has the first hand experience helping a few Korean theme restaurants in Taiwan and some smaller home delivery operators to rapid chill their chili sauce, kimchi and soups, providing each with a competitive advantage over their competition who has yet deploy the benefits of instant cooling machines.