Sichuan chilli oil, or Szechuan chilli oil, is a popular ingredient throughout China, though it originates in the tongue-tingling spicy cuisine of Western China's Sichuan province. The Sichuan chilli oil makes a great base for hot dipping sauces, served alongside wontons or tempura prawns.
Sichuan chilli oil makes a good substitute for sesame oil when mixing a spicy vinaigrette, or try pan frying green vegetables and strips of beef in the oil to infuse them with warm, chilli notes. Or, simply drizzle a little Sichuan chilli oil over a bowl of hot broth.
Ingredients: vegetable oil (rapeseed oil, antifoaming agent: E900) (81.7%), dried chilli (7.7%), garlic flakes, fried shallot (shallots, wheat flour, palm oil),dried shrimp (shrimp, salt), shrimp paste (shrimp, salt, wheat flour, cane sugar), sesame oil (sesame oil, soyabean oil), salt, flavour enhancers: E621 & E631, red peppercorn 0.29%. Allergens are listed in bold. Produced in a factory that handles fish, milk, molluscs, eggs, soya, sesame and sulphite.
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