A Dessert Made with Soybeans: Salele Dalkong
The largest producer of packed tofu in Korea, Pulmuone, has recently released its new dessert product Salele Dalkong, which is made with soybeans. Salele Dalkong is a pudding made from highly enriched soybean milk. In addition to organic soybeans, the product uses fresh whipped cream and cacao. Even children who do not like tofu and soybeans will enjoy this sweet and smooth dessert.
In consideration for the health of consumers, no artificial coloring or flavoring agents are added in the product. The caloric value is 130-140㎉ per 90g, which is only half of the average of pudding products made with milk. In other words, this healthy dessert is good as a light breakfast or afternoon snack. What’s more, consumers can conveniently enjoy it anytime and anywhere because the package includes a tray and spoon.
Three Flavors Released to Cater to Different Tastes
To appeal to different preferences of consumers, Pulmuone offers the product in three flavors: Sweet, Plain, and Cacao. The Sweet Salele Dalkong contains fresh whipped cream, and it tastes especially great if you add some nuts. The Plain variety lets you feel the original taste of soybeans, but you can also use it similarly to yogurt and add jam and cereal for toppings. As for the cacao flavored pudding, try spreading it on a cracker or bagel and have it with a cup of coffee. That way, you can feel the strong taste of cacao to the fullest.
* Inquiries: Pulmuone Co., Ltd.