Red Sichuan Pepper - Grinder
Red Sichuan Pepper - Grinder
Red Sichuan Pepper - Grinder
Red Sichuan Pepper - Grinder
Red Sichuan Pepper - Grinder
Red Sichuan Pepper - Grinder

Red Sichuan Pepper - Grinder

The Sichuan Red Piemnta with rechargeable grinder will literally take your cooking on a journey. A stunning berry straight from China with woody, floral and citrus notes. It is the cousin of Timut pepper. Much appreciated by pepper lovers, the Sichuan berry, which we classify as a rare pepper, will be a wonderful discovery for you with its citrus and slightly spicy notes.

  • Berry Strength: 8/10
  • Main notes : An explosion of flavors with citrus and floral notes.
  • Usage: Savory and sweet dishes
  • Origin: China - Bhutan

Buy your pepper mill with Sichuan berries at the best price in our online store, specialist in peppercorns and vanilla beans.

Packaging
BSRM
€4.85
5 2024
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5/ 5

 

RED SICHUAN BERRY IN REFILLABLE PEPPER MILL - BUYING AN EXCEPTIONAL PEPPER

Explore new culinary frontiers with our Red Sichuan Berry in Refillable Pepper Grinder , a captivating spice that will transport you to the heart of Asian cuisine. Originally from China, this exotic berry reveals woody, floral and citrus aromas, making it a must-have for lovers of bold flavors. Compared to its cousin, the Timut bay, this rare variety of pepper seduces the finest palates with its subtle nuances and aromatic power.

On my site, you will buy the Szechuan bay are second names at the best value for money and discover recipes to take your taste buds on a journey.

I am Arnaud Sion, the creator of Comptoir de Toamasina and a vanilla lover and  specialist in peppercorns.

On my YouTube channel, I share with you my adventure and my passion for this spice. 

Despite its name of false pepper, this berry offers a unique sensory experience, marked by resinous accents, reminiscent of pine trees, and a delicate sensation of numbing of the taste buds. An ideal alternative for those preferring more subtle nuances than traditional pepper.

Le Comptoir de Toamasina, expert in exceptional peppers, offers you our Sichuan Red Bay in a refillable pepper mill . Its imperial red hue is sure to captivate, adding a touch of sophistication to your culinary preparations. Also available in a bottle, economical sachet or in bulk, this exotic spice will brighten up your dishes in an original way.

Discover the exoticism of Red Sichuan Bay and be surprised by its transformative power in your recipes, whether it's an incredible Christmas chocolate mousse or reinvented everyday dishes. Embark on an unparalleled taste journey and awaken your taste buds to new sensations.

WHAT IS THE FLAVOR OF SICHUAN RED BERRY

The Sichuan Red Berry offers a unique taste experience, reminiscent of certain characteristics of red pepper . Here is what distinguishes it from green bay and other peppers:   

  1. Floral and Fresh Notes :

    • Sichuan Red berries look like peppercorns, but they have  incredibly floral notes . Imagine a subtle scent of flowers mingling with your kitchen.
    • They also bring a  touch of freshness , evoking lively and pleasant sensations.
  2. Feeling of Numbness :

    • One of the particularities of this berry is its ability to cause a  slight sensation of numbness  in the taste buds and tongue. This is due to its little  anesthetic side , which adds an intriguing dimension to your dishes.
  3. No Sting, No Burn :

    • Unlike traditional pepper, Sichuan does not sting or burn. It is therefore  ideal for people who do not like hot pepper .
    • Its flavor is more subtle and complex, with resinous and pine nuances.
  4. Cousin of Timut Bay :

    • Sichuan Red Bay is the cousin of  Timut Bay . This is why you find a  touch of citrus and lemon  when you use it.

BUY RED SICHUAN BERRY AT THE BEST PRICE IN YOUR PEPPER MILL - FAKE SICHUAN PEPPER

As an expert in the world of peppers, I wanted to offer my customers pepper in 4 different packages. A package for every use, for all budgets and above all for everyone. 

All of our packaging is produced in the EU, we work with packaging that is made in Holland for the bottles. 

Le Comptoir de Toamasina invites you to discover a unique spice, the Sichuan bay will have a pretty imperial red color.

Specialist in rare peppers. Le Comptoir de Toamasina offers you this berry in 4 packages:

  • Sichuan Berry in Bottle
  • Sichuan Bay and Mill
  • Sichuan Bay in economical bag
  • Sichuan bay per kilo

HOW TO USE SICHUAN RED BERRY

I offer you my guide to the best use of the Sichuan red berry, a simple, easy use for a very aromatic berry. 

Red Sichuan Pepper, a spice of Asian origin, offers a unique taste experience with its woody, floral and citrus aromas. Here are some tips for getting the most out of this captivating spice in your cooking:

  1. Season meats: Use Red Sichuan Berry to season your meats before cooking them. Sprinkle it on steaks, lamb chops or chicken before grilling, roasting or pan-frying to add a subtle, tangy flavor dimension. Here, it will replace the pepper. I like it with foie gras. 

  2. Accentuate seafood dishes: The fresh, slightly citrusy notes of Sichuan Red Bay go perfectly with seafood. Add a pinch to your shrimp, salmon or scallop recipes to enhance their delicate flavors. It looks very elegant on fish. 

  3. Explore vegetarian dishes: Incorporate Red Sichuan Pepper into your vegetarian dishes to add a touch of exoticism. Sprinkle it on stir-fried vegetables, salads or tofu dishes for an explosion of flavors.

  4. Incorporate into marinades and sauces: Add finely crushed Red Sichuan Pepper to your marinades for meat and fish, as well as to your sauces for pasta, rice or vegetables. It will bring a depth of flavor and a captivating aroma to your dishes.

  5. Experiment with desserts: Dare to use Red Sichuan Pepper in your desserts for a touch of originality. Sprinkle it on fresh fruit, incorporate it into chocolate sauces or use it to flavor your ice creams and sorbets. I love it on chocolate mousses. 

I'll help you discover my recipes that you can easily make at home.

  • Grilled Sichuan Berry Salmon: Marinate salmon fillets with a teaspoon of crushed Red Sichuan Berry, lemon juice, olive oil, salt and pepper. Grill until salmon is cooked through.

  • Exotic Fruit Salad with Sichuan Berries: Toss pieces of exotic fruits such as mangoes, pineapple and papaya with a light vinaigrette made from crushed Red Sichuan Berries, honey, lime juice and chopped fresh mint.

  • Stir-fried Chicken with Ginger and Sichuan Berries: Marinate pieces of chicken with grated fresh ginger, minced garlic, crushed Red Sichuan Berries, soy sauce and sesame oil. Sauté with crunchy vegetables for a flavorful and fragrant dish.

  • Crispy Tofu with Sichuan Berries: Cut firm tofu into cubes and marinate them in a sauce made from crushed Red Sichuan Berries, hoisin sauce, soy sauce and honey. Coat the tofu cubes in cornstarch and fry until crispy and golden. Serve with sweet chili sauce.

  • Grilled Sea Bass Chops, Stuffed Flower Zucchini and Squid, “Béaryonnaise” Sauce from Chef Didier Edon: Finely sprinkle the Red Sichuan Berry, freshly crushed, just before serving to bring floral and fresh nuances to your fish dishes.

  • Grilled Shrimp with Sichuan Berries: Gently roast a teaspoon of Red Sichuan Berries in a pan before adding them to your shrimp marinade.

  • Strawberry and Sichuan Berry Jam: Let 500 g of strawberries infuse overnight with a teaspoon of crushed Red Sichuan Berries for a jam with unexpected flavors.

  • Chocolate Mousse and Sichuan Berries: Incorporate half a teaspoon of crushed Red Sichuan Berries into your chocolate mousse before letting it rest overnight in the refrigerator.

  • Eggplant with Sichuan Berries: Add a teaspoon of Red Sichuan Berries to the chili paste and eggplant for an explosion of flavors in your wok.

  • Beef Cooked “Szechuan Style”: Incorporate a teaspoon of Red Sichuan Berries with a few dried red peppers into your preparation, brown everything then delicately crush in a mortar.

  • Sichuan Chili Oil: Gently heat a mixture of bay leaves, star anise, cinnamon, Red Sichuan Berries, spring onions, cloves, cumin seeds and green cardamom pods in vegetable oil for 5 minutes for a spicy oil with exotic aromas.

HOW TO STORE SICHUAN BERRY

Red Sichuan Berry , like many other spices, requires careful preservation to preserve its exceptional flavor. Here are three essential principles to respect: 

  1. Protection against Humidity :

    • Store Sichuan Red berry in a dry place , protected from humidity. Humidity can alter its flavor and encourage the formation of mold, which would compromise its quality. 
    • Use an airtight container to avoid contact with humidity in the air.  
  2. Away from Light and Heat :

    • Protect Sichuan Red Bay from direct sunlight and excessive heat . Heat can degrade the essential oils that give the spice its characteristic aroma.   
    • Opt for a cool, dark place, like a cupboard or kitchen drawer.
  3. Using an Airtight Container :

    • To preserve its freshness and flavor as much as possible, store the Sichuan Red berry in an airtight container . A glass jar or food-grade plastic container works well. 
    • Make sure the container seals tightly to avoid exposure to air, which could lead to loss of flavor over time.

Now that you are informed about the preservation of this spice, subscribe to our blog to discover recipes highlighting the Red Sichuan berry. Its unique aromas are perfect to accompany shellfish during the winter season.

Native country
China or Bhutan
BOTANICAL SPECIES
Zanthoxylum piperitum
INGREDIENTS
Green Sichuan Pepper
AROMATIC POWER
08/10
ALLERGEN
Absence
POSSIBLE TRACES OF ALLERGENS
None
PACKAGING
Grinder
Preparation / Delivery
Preparation within 24 hours - Delivery within 48 hours

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