Sichuan pepper

A citrus flavour that sparkles in the mouth with an aniseed aftertaste. A must-have for Chinese cuisine.

Tips for use

Sichuan pepper (or Szechuan) is named after a region of central China where it has been traditionally grown for centuries. This very scented berry has a mild anaesthetic property that slightly numbs the palate before releasing its peppery taste, delicately lemony and woody. It is part of the famous five-spice blend.
Sichuan pepper seasons perfectly dishes of meat and poultry as well as starchy foods, but can also be used to flavour salads and desserts, especially those with chocolate.

Ingredients


100% Sichuan pepper.

Nutritional informations

Nutritional values /100g: Energy : 1541/368kJ/kcal; Fat: 6g of which saturates: 0g; Carbohydrates : 69g of which sugars: 0g; Proteins : 10,1g; Salt: 0g.

Conservation

Store in a cool , dry place away from light and moisture .

5,90 €

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