Baie de Szechuan Rouge

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sold by Musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac Museum
Musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac


Discover the red Szechuan bays also called Sichuan pepper. This "fake pepper" will aromatize wonderfully your fish, poultry or desserts. Its peppery and lemony scent is subtle and very rich.
Szechuan berries come from the clavalier, a variety of thorny ash that grows naturally in China.
Originating in China, this spice is known under six different species. The Szechuan variety is recognized as the best.
Enjoy them with a fish with thin flesh, a chicken fricassee, a chocolate mousse, a pineapple sorbet or a strawberry mousse.

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Ingredients: Szechuan berries
Storage: At room temperature and protected from light

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