Sichuan (or Szechuan) pepper is actually not even a peppercorn; t's a berry from an Asian bush. Eaten alone, the Sichuan pods create a numbing sensation inside your mouth. Sichuan pepper is not as spicy hot as you may expect, it has more of a citrus, woodsy aroma. This is the smell that greets you when you open this jar of salt. Sichuan is synonymous with Chinese cooking; mixed with salt, an entirely new seasoning is created. From the most extravagant gourmet dinners to sprinkling on top of a plate of French fries, Sichuan Pepper Salt is the missing link that your taste buds have been longing for.
|Common Uses||Finishing, Table & Cooking|
|Product of:||United States|