Queen's Silkie Egg Pudding
Queen's Silkie Egg Pudding
A fusion of the rich sweetness of silkie chicken and mature bitter caramel sauce.
The smooth pudding melts in your mouth with the perfect balance of sweetness and bitterness.
The Pudding is made with precious silkie eggs and has a long shelf life at room temperature.
A pudding made from Miracle Egg
Silkie eggs, an extremely rare type of Japanese egg, with only about 40 eggs laid per Silkie hen per year. Normal hens lays about 250 eggs per year!
Benefits of Silkie Egg
Silkie eggs have been attracting attention as an anti-aging food and its incomparable amounts of nutrients, such as zinc which is difficult to consume in a normal diet.
The eggs are produced from silkie hens raised at one of the world's largest farms specializing in purebred Silkies, located in Higashikagawa City, Kagawa Prefecture.
History of Silkie Egg
In the past, royals bred the Silkie for ornamental purposes, and a symbol of power because of its beauty and extraordinary eggs.
Now, you can enjoy the once Queen's tribute of silkie egg pudding at home!
Enjoy the rich taste of silkie egg from the soft pudding that melts in your mouth!
Enjoy the Emperor's Silkie Egg Castella too!
This golden brown castella is made from the precious and rich taste of silkie eggs without any preservatives.
Pursuit of Food Safety
- Breeding environment -
They are equipped with one of the world's largest specialized farms, which raises only 16,000 pure-breed crow's feet chickens in a vast area of about 1.45 ha.
The farm has a special fence to prevent foreign enemies (wild animals, migratory birds, etc.) from entering and bringing in diseases. In addition, they do not concentrate the breeding of silkie chickens in one place, but dispersed them in the farm.
By doing so, they are able to manage the risk to protect healthy silkie chickens in case of emergency.
- Feeding -
A nutritionist specializing in animal health conducts regular checkups of their silkie chickens every month.
They review the feed for the silkie chickens according to changes in their physical condition. They have a system in place to ensure that the best nutrition is provided to their silkie chickens.
The Story of Ukokkei Honpo
They started making sweets with the thought in mind: "We want to make sweets with dreams and serve them to as many customers as we can".
Confectionaries have a long history and have been a part of the Japanese food culture, and have been a part of their lives in times of celebration, sadness, happiness, and gratitude.
Today, however, food safety is being questioned, and sweets are no longer accepted simply for their shape, color, and taste.
They pay attention to this reality and strive to create safe sweets that are not only delicious but also safe and nutritious.
Their main raw material is silkie chickens raised at one of the world's largest farms specializing in purebred chickens, located in Higashikagawa City, Kagawa Prefecture.
Silkie eggs have been attracting attention as an anti-aging food, and contain more vitamins and minerals than ordinary eggs.
They are proud of the fact that they use these ingredients in our products, which are delicious and contribute to good health.
|Product Name||Silkie Egg Pudding|
|Country of Origin||Gifu, Japan|
|Content||75g x 4|
|How to store||Store in cool dry place, away from sunlight|
|Expiry Date||Within 4 months from manufacturing date.|
Milk, Sugar, Milk product, Silkie egg, Gelling agents (modified starch, thickening polysaccharides), Emulsifiers, Fragrances, Caramel sauce (sugar)
* Allergen info: May contain milk, eggs
|Sold by||Reginaa Pte. Ltd.|
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