Because spices are never too much, we are pleased to present you the Sichuan Pepper.
Despite its name, Sichuan Pepper is not part of the pepper family or peppers. It comes from the dried berries of a species of ash.
The aroma of Sichuan Pepper is fragrant and reminds lemon. The berries have a unique and distinct flavour, with slight acidity and stinginess. Without being pungent like black or white pepper, it still leaves a certain spice in the mouth.
The Sichuan Pepper name comes from a region of China. There are few spices growing in these Himalayan regions so, for being one of them, Sichuan pepper is widely used in Chinese cuisine and is an essential ingredient of some Tibetan, Burmese and Nepalese dishes.
Store in a dark, cool and dry place.
Add some grains of Sichuan pepper to the vegetable soups for a spicy touch.
Country of Origin:
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