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Recipes - Green Sichuan Pepper Oil


Refreshing Tingly Mocktail

Refreshing Tingly Mocktail

Needing an afternoon pick-me-up? We took some leftover Thai basil, a half cut lime, and an English cucumber in the fridge. Inspired by a mojito, we muddled the basil, lime, some sugar, and green Sichuan pepper oil as the base for a super refreshing mocktail.
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Spicy and Tingly Sichuan Dumplings

Spicy and Tingly Sichuan Dumplings

Dumplings are the ultimate comfort food in many cultures. I will use ready-made wrappers instead of making from scratch. Dumplings are so easy to make, and it's a fun activity to gather a group of family and friends. If you can't eat them all, put them in the freezer and whip up a snack in 15 mins. 
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India meets Sichuan - Tingly Daal (lentils stews)

India meets Sichuan - Tingly Daal (lentils stews)

In this simple daal recipe, Ginny added our Green Sichuan Pepper Oil to her lentils stew. Born and raised in India, she's an investment banker in New York City and an adventurous cook with a global taste. This recipe below highlights how well Indian and Chinese flavors blend together and the versatility of our Sichuan Pepper Oil.
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Chongqing

Chongqing "Small" Noodles (Xiǎo Miàn, 重庆小面) - the veggie version

Fiercely spicy, tingling and aromatic, Chongqing noodles are one of the most popular street foods of China. I eat ramen for its rich broth, pho for its refreshing broth, pasta for its texture, but nothing beats the flavor explosion in bowl of Chongqing noodles for me.
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Electric Popcorn (feat. 50Hertz Green Sichuan Pepper Oil)

Electric Popcorn (feat. 50Hertz Green Sichuan Pepper Oil)

Recipe by Double Cooked: A Cooking Show for Unusual Times
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Miso, Ginger Glazed Salmon Cucumber Avocado Salad

Miso, Ginger Glazed Salmon Cucumber Avocado Salad

Recipe by QuarantinyKitchen
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Linguine Cacio E Pepe

Linguine Cacio E Pepe

Recipe by Chef Nello
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Sichuan Chicken Salad

Sichuan Chicken Salad

This recipe is inspired by Sichuan Bang Bang Chicken (棒棒鸡). The name is a reference to the tradition of pounding loudly to tenderize the meat. I still have fond memories of leaving boarding school every Friday afternoon to get a bowl of Bang Bang Chicken on my way home. 
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