麻辣凉菜: a bold, savory sauce with a tingly Sichuan kick.
Fire up Chinese Spicy Mala Sauce with everything from chicken + cucumbers to mushrooms in under 20 minutes!
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Equal parts refreshing, savory, and spicy, this dish gets its fiery kick from Sichuan peppercorn. Make it with smashed cucumbers + your protein of choice, and you’re in for a tingly, numbing, refreshingly crisp meal.
Hard-to-get ingredients, but we got them. No substitutes, no swaps - just proud, loud Asian flavors without cultural compromise.
We go the distance so you don't have to - sampling from 15+ suppliers for a single ingredient and importing high-quality ingredients directly from Asia that aren't being brought in by any other food brands.
Gluten-free soy sauce (water, soybeans, salt, sugar, corn starch), black vinegar, garlic, chili oil, Chinese dried chili flakes, cane sugar, scallions, sesame oil, Sichuan peppercorns, sesame seeds
Servings: 2, Servings per container
Serving Size: 1/2 Package (25g)
Takes the trouble out of buying all the ingredients for authentic e flavors
The Japanese miso yuzo glaze combined well with stir-fried vegetables but it’s probably not for those who prefer less sugar in their sauces.
I've had Ma Po Tofu and Dan Dan Noodles, and enjoyed them, and I thought this would be a good base for those recipes. Not even close. Tasted more like a Thai sweet chili sauce mixed with a bit of some sort of soy sauce. There was no Sichuan chili flavor at all, no tingle. Perhaps the tingle was hidden under the chili spice.
I've had many po tofu and Dan Dan noodles from places in Orlando and in San Mateo. This mala sauce didn't taste like that. The dominant flavor was sweet chili paste and it was nothing special. I would like a refund
Pricey and convenient – authentic and legit flavors from a variety of Asian cuisines.
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