[Yeosu] Dried Dipori for Korean Broth (300g)


[Yeosu] Dried Dipori for Korean Broth (300g)

Premium-Quality, Deep-Tasting Broth

[Yeosu] Dried Dipori for Korean Broth (300g)

Today, we present premium-quality dried Dipori - ideal for creating rich and flavorful Korean stock broth.

While Korean Stock Broth is traditionally prepared with dried anchovy and kelp, many Korean noodle shops have a secret ingredient: Dipori.

Dipori adds another layer of depth and delicious flavor to broths.

This dipori is locally harvested from the pristine waters of Yeosu (located on the southern coast of Korea).

When you examine it closely, you'll notice that the fish is whole and intact, boasting a vibrant silver sheen.

This sets it apart from imported Dipori, mostly sourced from Vietnam, which tends to be smaller and often arrives fragmented into smaller pieces.

The next time you're preparing noodles or stew and craving that deep, savory flavor, reach for a few pieces of our Dipori.

Remember to store it in the freezer for freshness!

Note: When making broth, Dipori is usually boiled together with dried anchovies and kelp, creating a rich and flavorful broth.

But how much should you use?

We recommend adding 3-4 pieces of dried Dipori, along with a handful of dried anchovies and few pieces of dried kelp, to 3 liters of water. Bring these three ingredients to a boil and then gently simmer for 10-15 minutes.

Editor's Note: When using Dipori, there's no need to remove the heads or innards; simply toss them in whole.

We hope you enjoy that deep-tasting broth dipori will add to your favorite Korean noodles & soup recipes.

1 package contains 300g.

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Product Highlights

  • Dried dipori, sourced from the pristine waters of Yeosu, South Korea
  • Abundant in natural oils, nutritional value and renowned for imparting rich, deep flavors in broths
  • Boil with dried anchovies and kelp to make a deep, and rich stock broth
  • Available in one size: 300g 

[Yeosu] Dried Dipori for Korean Stock Broth (300g)

Korean Dried Dipori for Broth

Dipori is a traditional Korean herring variety

Our dipori is harvested from the southern coastline of Korea (Yeosu)

Dipori is larger in size than Korean anchovies - about 8-9cm in size

Take note of the quality of our dipori - they are whole and intact -  with a silver sheen 

Abundant in natural oil, nutritional value and renowned for imparting rich, deep flavors in broths

How can I use it? 

When making stock broth using only dipori... 

Add 4-5 dried dipori into 1L of water

Bring pot to boil and let it gently simmer for 10-15 minutes

For deeper taste, boil dipori with anchovies & kelp... 

Add 3-4 dried diporo into 3L of water. Then add-in a large handful of dried anchovies, along with a few pieces of dried kelp

Bring pot to boil and let it gently simmer for 10-15 minutes

Korean Dipori (shown right) vs. Foreign Imports (shown left)

Dipori sourced from Korean waters are known for their larger size and well-preserved bodies. The scales remain intact, showcasing distinct colors.

What can I make with it?

Use it in any dish that requires anchovy-kelp broth 

Janchi Guksu (Banquet Noodles), Kalguksu (Knife-Cut Noodles), Mandoo-Guk (Dumpling Soup)

 Eomuk-tang (Fishcake Soup), Sujebi (Hand-Torn Noodle Soup), Kongnamul-guk (Soybean Sprout Soup)

Natural Flavors - Captured Fresh & Immediately Dried

These dipori fish are immediately dried after being pulled from Korean waters to effectively preserve their nutrition and flavor

Detailed Information

Dipori harvested from Korean waters (Yeosu)

Store in freezer!

Size: 300g

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