For snacks where you can pick up dumplings and okonomiyaki! From the "Sozai Manma" series, which uses the ingredients and side dishes as snacks, "Gyoza Town Utsunomiya Dumpling Manma" and "Chibo Okonomiyaki Manma" will be on sale at 7-ELEVEN from this autumn. * Gyoza Town Utsunomiya Gyoza Manma is limited to eastern Japan
Sozai's Manma series has realized a number of "this kind of menu is a snack !?" such as croquette, shrimp shumai, and rice croquette. I was also curious about the new work, so I checked it.
Gyoza Town Utsunomiya Gyoza ManmaA snack in collaboration with Utsunomiya, which is famous for dumplings as a local gourmet. The taste of Utsunomiya dumplings is reproduced with a lot of vegetables and light seasoning. Garlic is not used, so it's safe for snacks.
There were 4 pieces in one bag, and the price was 200 yen (excluding tax). It's 50 yen per piece, which is more expensive than frozen dumplings in a supermarket if you think calmly.
It looks like fried dumplings.
The skin is crispy and fragrant, and the contents are tailored so that you can feel the sweetness of cabbage and the taste of meat. You can also feel the flavor of Chinese chive and ginger. The punch is not good without garlic, but it may be said that it seems to be Utsunomiya dumplings.
It's a little pricey to eat without hesitation, but I wonder if it will be an interesting experience. People who are seriously addicted to dumplings can eat it anywhere and it's convenient.
Chibo Okonomiyaki ManmaA snack in collaboration with Osaka's okonomiyaki chain "Chibo". It is finished in a large and small cube shape. The price is 170 yen (excluding tax) with 16g (0.56oz).
The scent of sweet sauce is crispy and has a pleasant texture. Every time you chew, the taste of okonomiyaki ingredients such as ginger, cabbage, and tenkasu rises softly. This is more okonomiyaki than I expected!
Try it when you are tired of the usual potato chips and snacks, or when you want to feel fresh. I think it's more fun to eat while talking with someone about the reproducibility rather than alone.