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Szechuan Chile Crisp Starter

Our Szechuan Chile Crisp Starter, with chia seeds, is a fun and flavorful twist on the most popular condiment in China, adding spicy flavors and crispy textures to your favorite foods. The Sichuan pepper stars in this blend providing tongue-tingling spice; the garlic, shiitake, and shallots draw out the fifth taste, umami; and the chia seeds add just the right amount of crispy crunch. Drizzle it on your favorite foods to kick up the flavor.

· Used as an all-purpose condiment

· Just add to hot oil and infuse flavors

· Spicy, umami flavors and crispy texture

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Suggested uses

  • Drizzle over plain rice or noodles

  • Use as a condiment for Asian dishes

  • Use as a Salad topping.

  • Add an interesting flavor drizzled over pizza

  • Basic prep

    2/3 cup (75g) Szechuan Chile Crisp Starter

    1/2 cup neutral oil (canola, vegetable, safflower)

    Heat oil in a medium saucepan to 375F. Once at temperature, remove from heat and stir in Szechuan Chile Crisp Starter well. Allow flavor to develop and chiles to crisp for 15 minutes. Cool to room temperature. Use as is or refrigerate. Stir well before use.

    Storage & handling

    Store in a dry, cool place.

    Ingredients

    Spices (including Szechuan peppercorns, star anise), Chia seeds, Garlic, Salt, Sugar, Shiitake mushrooms, Shallots, Contains 2% or less of Sunflower oil.

    Our Szechuan Chile Crisp Starter, with chia seeds, is a fun and flavorful twist on the most popular condiment in China adding spicy flavors and crispy textures to your favorite foods. The Sichuan pepper stars in this blend providing tongue-tingling spice; the garlic, shiitake, and shallots draw out the fifth taste, umami; and the chia seeds add just the right of crispy crunch.

    This starter can easily be made into an all-purpose condiment just by adding hot oil and allowing the spice blend to infuse.

    It’s great on just about anything you can get your hands on – noodles, veggies, chips, popcorn… the list goes on. People even say they love it on ice cream!