Recipes - Red Sichuan Pepper Oil
Tingling Chicken Noodle Salad
A perfect summer treat, this dish is a glorious mix of contrasting textures and flavors – tingling Sichuan pepper oil combined with sweet crunchy cashews, cooling cucumber and mint, zesty lime and tender noodles.
Tingly Scallion Pancakes
Crispy, chewy and bound to satisfy, this is an adventurous and fun version of this traditional Chinese street snack by adding ground Sichuan peppercorns and Sichuan pepper oil into the filling. You can also dip the pancake directly into the tingly oil when eating for the extra zing.
Arrabbiata sauce with a tingly twist
Sichuan pepper is not limited to any one cuisine so why not use it in a pasta dish inspired by penne all’arrabbiata? With only five ingredients needed to make this simple sauce, get inspiration on how to use it as an adaptable base for various pasta dishes.
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.
Homemade Tingly and Spicy Miso Ramen
Spicy Miso Ramen is a rich, flavorful ramen broth that you can whip up in about 30 minutes! The key to getting the most flavor out of the dish is timing: you want to slowly, gently fry the Garlic, Ginger, and Chili Paste. Finishing off the ramen with that tingly punch really rounds out the spicy, savory flavors and takes this dish the next level!
Savory, Spicy and Tingly Pepcorns! (feat. 50Hertz Red Sichuan Pepper Oil)
To make the Pepcorn even more delicious, the intense, dark, fruity flavor from Red Sichuan Pepper Oil adds so much to the mix. When the flavors of savory fermented beans, spicy chili peppers, and tingling Sichuan pepper oil combine, it’s a natural match. And now you can have that amazing flavor combo on popcorn...or anything!
Autumnal Oxtail Stew
Recipe by Laura Shanahan, 50Hertz Customer Contribution
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.