Hanjuku Egg Onigiri and Baked Mentaiko Pasta at 7-Eleven
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Cheap Japanese food is a tough find these days, especially when Singaporeans are staying home most of the time during the Circuit Breaker. This limits us to only a couple of food choices around our vicinity. Thankfully, 7-Eleven is bringing Japan to you with their new Japanese food items, making affordable Japanese food more accessible to the masses.
With items such as Hanjuku Egg Onigiri ($2.50) and Baked Mentaiko Pasta ($4.50), you’ll be spoilt for choice.
7-Eleven has a few on-going promotions from now till 7 July 2020. For their Hanjuku Egg Onigiri, you can get two of the onigiri for $4.50. Those with a varied palate can even mix-and-match it with the Unagi Onigiri. As for their Baked Mentaiko Pasta, you can complete your meal with a silky-smooth Chawanmushi for an additional $2!
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Each Hanjuku Egg Onigiri features a Japanese-style soft-boiled egg that has a smooth, custardy egg yolk. The egg is encapsulated by rich and flavourful rice that’s infused with chicken broth. Simply pop them into a microwave for two minutes and they’re good to go.
Mentaiko lovers will enjoy 7-Eleven’s mentaiko pasta. The fillling dish consists of cheesy macaroni pasta and meaty crab sticks, paired with a robust mentaiko sauce which has the right balance of savoury and salty flavours.
We reckon these ready-to-eat meals will be rather popular, so head down to your nearest 7-Eleven convenience store to snap them up quickly! With that being said, remember to practise safe-distancing measures when you’re out, and stay healthy everyone.
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