Fancy experiencing Korean cuisine,
but don’t fancy leaving the house?
Looking to put a fresh twist on mealtime favourites?
Rustle up something new with our
authentic cooking and dipping sauces.
That’s why we’ve bottled the most important ingredients found in Korean cooking for you to now enjoy at home. Our range is a great introduction to Korean cuisine, packed with versatile kitchen cupboard staples. And we prefer natural to nasty. So you won’t find MSG, artificial flavours or preservatives in any of our sauces.
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Gochu Jang is a fermented chilli paste unique to South Korea. Our founder, Sue Youn, has adapted this traditional paste into a staple, ready to cook sauce.
Savour Gochu Jang's rich, distinctive spiciness and wait for the unexpected sweetness to hit. It's perfect for marinades, stews, stir-fries… anything you like!
Burgers. Skewers. Chips. Veggie sticks, crackers, salads and wings. And eggs. (And just about everything else too.)
Like our Gochu Jang cooking sauce, this dipping sauce is packed with sweet and spicy notes of peppery Korean chilli. Only this version is lighter – perfect for dunking, dolloping and smattering meals with an instant zingy kick.
In South Korea, 'Galbi' is usually served as thin beef strips coated and cooked on the grill. But you can smother any meat or vegetables you like in this distinctive marinade.
Our Galbi sauce is soy based, with a sweet and fruity taste. Sue Youn's family has been cooking with this original recipe on the South Korean east coast for decades.
Our founder, Sue Youn, grew up learning the ropes of her mother's restaurant on the South Korean east coast. It was here she'd later meet co-founder Ben, a Londoner looking for a break from hectic city life.
After falling in love and getting married, Sue Youn and Ben headed for the UK with their life savings and a bunch of home recipes in their pockets (yikes). Thankfully, their travelling Korean kitchen quickly became an instant hit on London's fledgling Korean street food scene.
Demand for dishes made with Sue Youn’s original chilli sauce soon reached fever pitch. And after selling bottles to regular customers and local delis (and always selling out), it was time to take Yogiyo sauces to the public.
The UK's first Korean cooking range was originally launched in Selfridges in early 2015. On 16th August 2015, Sue Youn and Ben appeared on BBC2’s Dragon’s Den in search of the investment and support needed to grow their business further. They successfully secured a deal with the show’s most prolific investor, Peter Jones.
Sue Youn, Ben and Peter launched Yogiyo’s Korean cooking range into Sainsbury’s this Autumn. Find the Yogiyo sauce range in the Speciality Ingredients section of Sainsbury’s supermarkets nationwide now.
Discover hundreds of uses for our sauces. Whether you're making an authentic Korean dish, or giving your own culinary creations a twist, it'll all come up tasty with Yogiyo.
To get you started, here's a few simple, easy to follow recipes. It's time to bring a little taste of Korea to your kitchen.See our recipes
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