Sichuan peppercorns do not produce a heat sensation like black or white pepper. Instead, the flavor is citric and it produces a tingly numbing sensation that is akin to touching your tongue to a battery or the fizziness from soda.
Szechuan pepper salt offers that numbing heat with a salty ping. We love to use this to finish off home cured bacon or glistening rump roasts. We also love it on braised pork shoulder that’s been cooked in black vinegar, ginger, garlic, chicken stock, star anise, and soy sauce. You’ll find that the tingling sensation is quite delayed with this salt unlike with straight up peppercorns. After you finish each bite it’ll slowly creep up on you and reveal itself.
- Packaged in a glass jar
- Sift & Pour Lid
- 59.2 grams/2.1 ounce
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