Sempio Braised Dried Pollock in Spicy Sauce (Gochujang)


Stir-fried dried Pollock in gochujang is a popular side dish in Korea that is usually served with rice or beer. It has a mildly spicy and slightly sweet flavor and a chewy texture.

50g (1.76 oz) tin

In stock


Ingredients: dried pollock, polyglycitol syrup, red pepper paste, solbitol syrup, sugar, pumpkin seed, corn oil, garlic, water, red pepper extract, roasted sesame, vegetables seasoning base, lactobacillus fermented powder, soy sauce, oleoresin paprika, yeast extract, black pepper.


  1. Hream McDan (verified owner)

    Whoa! Fun tin. Similar flavors to the Old Fisherman Roasted Eel Chili and I mean that in the most complimentary of ways. Comparatively, this seemed a tiny bit spicier … the sauce was a little thicker … and the fish was more jerky-like than the eel (but not dry). Really enjoyed the textural difference in the tin and how the pumpkin seeds kept each bite interesting. On a spice scale, this seems like maybe it would be a mild-to-medium for most folks. For me, the heat was pretty much right what I was hoping for.

    Ate it plain and it was delicious on its own, but it does scream out for a companion ingredient (even if it was only beer as in the description). Can imagine it’d bump my rating up a half step if I’d had it over rice. Perhaps hard to justify this as a regular tin over the similar chili eel that is a few dollars less, but it’s not an exact comparison either, they are separate things. I did like this a little more than the Sempio braised anchovies in soy sauce but the quality is comparable. Overall, pretty fun to try these Sempio tins and I’ll be buying this one again.

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