Sichuan pepper


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Sichuan pepper

or Szechuan pepper or Szechwan pepper
n.
1. Any of several spiny East Asian trees or shrubs of the genus Zanthoxylum, especially Z. simulans, having aromatic bark, pinnately compound leaves, and small dry reddish fruit, used as a spice.
2. The husks of the fruit of any of these plants, used whole or ground.
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However, unless you're Chinese, you'll be spared the one with all the interesting stuff - dangly bits of animals, steamboat soups, punishing quantities of chilli and sichuan pepper, that type of thing.
and here's down-to-earth Pete's genuinely funny main course: Sichuan pepper crusted ox liver, teriyaki glazed chicken hearts, potato korokke, tonkatsu sauce, apple and ginger puree and lotus root crisps.
Crisp top notes of Sichuan pepper and violet leaf make way for an orange [euro]ower and patchouli heart, before the addictive amber and musk nish.
Crisp top notes of Sichuan pepper and violet leaf make way an orange [euro]ower and patchouli heart, before the addictive amber and musk nish.
Crisp top notes of Sichuan pepper and violet leaf make way an orange flower and patchouli heart, before the addictive amber and musk finish.
Crisp top-notes of Sichuan pepper and violet leaf make way for an orange flower and patchouli heart, before the addictive amber and musk finish.
Spare ribs marinaded overnight; salt and Sichuan pepper king prawns; aromatic beef, slow-cooked with garlic, ginger and star anise; a spicy chicken stir fry and a side of pak choi and oyster sauce.
Pat dry with kitchen towel and rub the Sichuan pepper and sea salt into the skin.
Dishes such as marinated black sesame seed prawns, Sichuan pepper flavoured cured salmon wrapped in lettuce, Gong Bao chicken salad with dried chilli and fried peanuts will be on display.
The traditional Chinese dish is cooked using Sichuan pepper, a local spice, and chilli pepper.
bungeanum (Chinese prickly-ash, Sichuan pepper tree), whereas adults were observed also on other green parts of the host plant, such as leafstalks and fruits (Figs.