Sichuan Green Pepper - Grinder
Sichuan Green Pepper - Grinder
Sichuan Green Pepper - Grinder
Sichuan Green Pepper - Grinder

Sichuan Green Pepper - Grinder

Buy the Green Sichuan Pepper Mill with a more robust, earthier flavor than its better-known red cousin. It is a berry that is superb to replace pepper with a beautiful aromatic power and incredible notes.

  • Bay power: 06/10
  • Main notes: Eucalyptus and Lemon
  • Use: Ideal for all savory dishes, especially meat and fish

It is highly prized in traditional Chinese cuisine for its floral, citrus and pepper scent, as well as for its taste quality. Grill it lightly with a little salt and grind it to season fish, pork, poultry and vegetables.

Packaging
€4.00
5 2024
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5/ 5

 

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With the Green Sichuan Pepper Mill, you'll discover a unique pepper.

Under French law, and following a check by the French administration reminding us of a 1945 ordinance, we can't use green Sichuan pepper, as only piper nigrum can be called pepper. 

The green sichuan pepper mill will give you an exotic touch to enhance your dishes, whether savory or sweet.

The power of the berry is unique, and Sichuan green peppercorns are an unforgettable sensory plunge in each of their uses. 

This berry is a cousin of the timut berry, and its name, Szechuan berry, is a hymn to travel.

China's mountainous Sichuan region is the birthplace of this spice.

Its unique, slightly lemony flavour adds an incomparable taste dimension to your recipes, awakening the taste buds of gourmets and food lovers the world over. 

But unlike the warmer red berry, here you'll get floral and jasmine notes. 

Our refillable pepper mill offers a practical, long-lasting experience. Made in Europe, it ensures precise, even grinding, preserving all the freshness and intense aroma of the Sichuan berry. Thanks to its elegant, ergonomic design, it blends perfectly into your kitchen, adding a touch of sophistication to your décor.

Imagine creating dishes worthy of the greatest chefs, simply by adding a pinch of this freshly ground Sichuan berry. From delicately spiced meat dishes to bold vegetarian fare, give free rein to your culinary creativity and surprise your guests with every bite.

What is the flavour of green sichuan berry ?

Green Sichuan berry is famous for its distinctive, complex flavor profile.

It exudes fresh, invigorating aromas of eucalyptus and jasmine, as well as citrus nuances reminiscent of dried lime and combawa.

Subtleties of tea and dried flowers also mingle in the bouquet.

On the palate, it offers light acidity and a hint of spiciness, creating a fleeting sensation of numbness.

In addition, it has a more pronounced anise note than its red counterpart.

This spice injects a dose of freshness and liveliness into dishes, with nuances of bitter orange that make it an essential ingredient for enhancing flavors.

BUY Green Szechuan Berry at the BEST PRICE in its PEPPER MILL

I wanted to offer you 4 packaging options to suit all budgets and, above all, all uses. 

From the Sichuan pepper mill for your kitchen, to the economy bag and the kilo.

Here are our 4 packaging options: 

  • Green Sichuan Pepper in Bottle
  • Green Sichuan Pepper in Refillable Grinder
  • Green Sichuan Pepper in Economy Bag
  • Green Sichuan Pepper at the best price per kilo

How to use green sichuan berries in cooking

Green Sichuan berry offers exceptional culinary versatility, and can be used in a variety of ways to enhance your dishes:

  • Fish and seafood: It goes perfectly with the delights of the sea. Try adding it to grilled shrimp or fish fillets for a touch of refined originality.
  • Meat: Sprinkle green Sichuan berry delicately over chicken or pork before cooking for an explosion of new flavors.
  • Vegetables: A pinch of green Sichuan berry can transform a simple pan-fried vegetable into a deliciously exotic dish, adding a touch of sophistication to your table.
  • Desserts: Surprise your guests by incorporating this spice into desserts such as chocolate mousse or fresh fruit salad, for an extraordinary taste experience.

To fully exploit its aromas, you can lightly crush or dry-roast the berry before adding it to your preparations. On our youtube channel, you'll find information on how to roast peppercorns, as well as recipes using them.

How to store Szechuan green berries

The preservation of Sichuan green berries, like that of many other spices, is based on three essential principles:

  • Protection from humidity: Sichuan green berries should be stored in a dry place, away from moisture. Moisture can alter the spice's flavor and promote mold formation, compromising its quality. We recommend storing in an airtight container to avoid contact with air humidity.
  • Keep away from light and heat: Green Sichuan berries should be protected from direct sunlight and excessive heat. Heat can cause degradation of the essential oils that give the spice its characteristic aroma. It is therefore best to store it in a cool, dark place, such as a cupboard or kitchen drawer.
  • Use an airtight container: To preserve the maximum freshness and flavour of Sichuan green berries, we recommend storing them in an airtight container, such as a glass jar or food-grade plastic container. Make sure the container seals tightly to avoid exposure to air, which can lead to loss of flavor over time.

Now you know all about using this unique berry. 

Native country
China or Bhutan
BOTANICAL SPECIES
Zanthoxylum piperitum
INGREDIENTS
Green Sichuan Pepper
AROMATIC POWER
06/10
ALLERGEN
Absence
POSSIBLE TRACES OF ALLERGENS
None
PACKAGING
Grinder
Preparation / Delivery
Preparation within 24 hours - Delivery within 48 hours

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