Tingly Sichuan Pepper Peanuts Cheese Board
Elevate your cheese board with our Tingly Sichuan Pepper Peanuts by adding a delightful tingle to tasty cheeses and savory charcuterie. Impress your guests with this addictive fusion of flavors, creating a memorable centerpiece for any gathering. DOWNLOAD PDF RECIPE HERE
Tingly Sichuan Pepper Edamame Snack
Indulge in the bold fusion of Sichuan pepper and nutty edamame with our tantalizing recipe. Experience a harmonious symphony of flavors that will leave your taste buds tingling for more. DOWNLOAD PDF RECIPE HERE
Tingly homemade Sichuan Pepper Potato Chips
Perfect for a fancy but low commitment snack, these tingly potato chips are sure to do the trick! DOWNLOAD PDF RECIPE HERE
Mala Fried Cheesy Eggs
This Mala Fried Cheesy Eggs recipe is a fun, flavorful, and exciting way to start your day. It's a dish that truly brings the bold flavors of Sichuan cuisine right into your kitchen. Give this recipe a try and let us know what you think! Download PDF Mala Fried Cheesy Eggs recipe here.
Tingly Sichuan pepper peanut chocolate chip cookie
If you can't decide between peanuts and chocolate, now you won't have to! With a tingly Sichuan pepper peanut chocolate chip cookie, you can have the best of both worlds. While it may be quite a mouthful, you can now enjoy crunchy, gooey, chocolatey cookies of goodness. DOWNLOAD RECIPE IN PDF HERE
Tingly Sichuan pepper Adobo Chocolate Chip Cookies
Have you ever tried a tingly Sichuan pepper Adobo Chocolate Chip cookie? A tingly twist to Abi Balingit's Adobo Chocolate Chip cookies (found in her debut cookbook "Mayumu,") these cookies are sure to delight our friends familiar with the savory notes of Filipino Adobo dishes. DOWNLOAD RECIPE IN PDF HERE
Tingly Sichuan pepper Shrimp and Chorizo Paella
Celebrate National Spanish Paella Day with us on Mar 27 by recreating this tingly Sichuan pepper Shrimp and Chorizo "Paella" recipe! DOWNLOAD RECIPE IN PDF HERE
Tingly Hot Garlic Peanut Dipping Sauce
Such an easy recipe to whip up and use as a dipping sauce for the crudités at your party. It's bound to surprise your guests and start a conversation about Sichuan pepper and its tingling sensation.
Hot-Tingly-Sour Silken Tofu
This recipe is from Fuchsia Dunlop's article in the Financial Times. Like her, I do often crave for this popular Sichuan street snack. The prep time is only 10-15 mins. It's a quick, yet satisfying and healthy lunch option. We used our tingly Sichuan pepper peanuts as the crunchy bits.