Europe discovered the Sichuan pepper tree in the 13th century when Marco Polo brought it back to Venice.
Fashionable for a time in the Italian nobility, it disappeared from the kitchens until the 19th century to return to the kitchens of great chefs towards the end of the 20th century.
This product is no longer in stock
Availability date: 0000-00-00
It then became widely available, it is most often used to season red meat, especially beef or lamb. Its culture has also been known in Japan for several hundred years. This spice is obtained after drying and grinding the husk surrounding the fruits of the Sichuan pepper tree, a robust and thorny shrub, known as "clavalier" in France.
Category : DELICACIES AND GROCERY
Family : SALTED GROCERY
Origin : SICHUAN
Capacity : 50g
Europe discovered the Sichuan pepper...