Sichuan pepper

Sichuan pepper is named after the province of Sichuan in China, where it grows in the wild. It was brought to Europe by Marco Polo. It is a tall shrub with bright red fruits, which after picking and drying acquire a dark red to brownish color. Sichuan pepper is the most important ingredient in the world-famous Chinese Five Spice mix.

Its fresh citrus aroma and light spiciness are some of the most characteristic aromas in Asian cuisine. Use freshly ground for chicken, duck, fish and tofu.

Country of origin: China

Net weight: 20g