Pungent, aromatic, earthy and salty, fermented black beans provide unique and complex flavours to many Chinese dishes.
Chinese sesame paste is a popular condiment used in noodles, salad, hot-pot dipping sauce, etc. It can be substituted in three ways.
As important as soy sauce, Chinese rice vinegar is a must-have for those keen to explore Chinese cuisine in their own kitchens.
Rock sugar is refined, crystalized sugar used in Chinese kitchen to add shine to braised dishes or to sweeten desserts.
Shaoxing rice wine is commonly used in Chinese cuisine. It’s essential for preparing meat or fish, either in stir-fry or in braising dishes.
Sichuan peppercorn is one of the most important spices used in the Chinese kitchen. It has an unusual aroma and creates a unique sensation in your mouth.
Once I was asked by a friend: Does light soy sauce mean reduced salt soy sauce? The answers is No.
Effortless and effective recipe for homemade chilli oil, an essential condiment for Chinese cuisine. Great company for noodles, dumplings and salad.