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  Szechuan Peppercorns
The aroma of Szechuan peppercorns is a mixture of strong lemon citrus, warmth, and a hint of earthiness.
Szechuan peppercorns and course sea salt, finely grinding, and serving as a condiment.
Szechuan peppercorns are not true peppercorns but the berry of a plant native to northern China called the Prickly Ash or, xanthoxylum peperitum.
www.bulkpeppercorns.com /szechuan_peppercorns   (457 words)

  Szechuan Style Cuisine
The Szechuan style of cuisine arose from a culturally distinct area in the central western of part of China, a province known as Sichuan.
Szechuan cuisine is primarily known for its hot and spicy dishes, though naturally there is more to Szechuan food than spice and sauces rich and strong in flavor.
Szechuan cuisine is marked by its rich traditional flavors, which stem from a culture of hundreds of years and are in part shaped by the natural forces of climate.
www.chinatownconnection.com /szechaun_cuisine.htm   (588 words)

 Szechuan cuisine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Szechuan cuisine, Szechwan cuisine, or Sichuan cuisine (Chinese: 四川菜 or 川菜) is a style of Chinese cuisine originating in Sichuan Province of southwestern China which has an international reputation for being hot and numbing (麻辣), because of the common ingredient Sichuan peppercorn (花椒).
The common ingredient in Szechuan cuisine is Sichuan peppercorn, or Fagara.
Beef is somewhat more common in Szechuan cuisine than it is in other Chinese cuisines, perhaps due to the widespread use of oxen in the region.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Szechuan_cuisine   (403 words)

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Szechuan cuisine is a style of cookery originating in the Sichuan province of western China, has an international reputation for being spicy and flavorful.
The chile pepper, a common ingredient in Szechuan cuisine (often used unseeded), was introduced to China from the Americas after European colonization of the Americas had begun.
Beef is more common in Szechuan cuisine than it is in other Chinese cuisines, perhaps due to the widespread use of oxen in the region.
www.angelfire.com /blog/szechuanchef   (535 words)

 Little Szechuan Chinese Cuisine - Minneapolis St. Paul Authentic Chinese Restaurant, Authentic Szechuan Cuisine
Little Szechuan is the finest restaurant in the Twin Cities to bring you the culinary art and flavors of traditional Szechuan cuisine.
Hailed as the most popular of the eight Chinese culinary traditions, Szechuan cuisine boasts a variety of unique cooking methods and rich flavors unlike other varieties of Chinese cooking.
Szechuan cuisine is hard to find even in the largest U.S. cities, yet Little Szechuan brings this unique and exceptional cuisine to you in St. Paul.
www.littleszechuan.com   (241 words)

 Moab Happenings Archive
One of the house specials is the Hot Pot, a filling meal that comes in five combinations and consists of cooking the meat, seafood and vegetables in a simmering sauce at the table.
Before arriving at Szechuan Restaurant, Tsai spent ten years in Japan, where he learned to prepare sashimi and sushi, to establish himself in a foreign culture and to speak fluent Japanese.
He is now applying his honed skills with raw fish and vinegared rice in the back room of the Szechuan Restaurant, which is decorated with kimono, koinobori (fish kites flown for celebrations) and paper lanterns.
www.moabhappenings.com /Archives/recipe0307Szechuan.htm   (795 words)

 Szechuan Noodle Bowl | Restaurants | The Stranger, Seattle's Only Newspaper
The thick noodles reveal the process of their creation: their edges are slightly squared off where they were hand cut; an odd kink or twist shows where they were folded before cooking.
The structural similarities between soups accentuate the differences in the broths: The spicy Szechuan beef ($5.20) is chestnut brown, with a low rumble of heat and chunks of beef from some gelatinous quarter--shin, shoulder, I'm not quite sure where.
The original beef soup is mild and meaty ($5.20), a soothing alternative to the bravado of the spicy soup.
www.thestranger.com /seattle/Content?oid=17490   (710 words)

 Szechuan pepper; Szechwan - Allrecipes
Native to the Szechuan province of China, this mildly hot spice comes from the prickly ash tree.
Szechuan pepper has a distinctive flavor and fragrance.
Szechuan pepper is also known as anise pepper, Chinese pepper, fagara, flower pepper, sansho and Sichuan pepper.
allrecipes.com /howto/szechuan-pepper-szechwan/detail.aspx?...   (146 words)

 Salt Lake City Weekly - Suburban Szechuan
I first heard about Szechuan Garden from a fellow who has, in his own words, “eaten Chinese food in restaurants worldwide.” “This chef is good,” said Blake.
This, as it turns out, was a crucial question, because Helen Cai, the co-owner of Szechuan Garden, turned to me and said, “Oh, you like real Chinese food!” With that, she produced a leather bound menu filled on the front with Chinese script.
Szechuan Garden is more appealing visually than I’d expected a Sandy strip mall restaurant to be.
www.slweekly.com /article.cfm/suburbanszechuan   (1227 words)

 Flushing NY Area Restaurants: Szechuan Gourmet - Chinese
We, the owners of Kepco, Inc, a power supply manufacturer/designer located in the Flushing NY (Queens) area for over 60 years, are sharing our love for the quality and variety of cuisines available in our local area.
If you think Szechuan food is only about fire caused by dried chili peppers be prepared to find out that heat comes in lots of different ways and does not have to overwhelm all the other flavors in a dish.
It is a great blend of garlic, scallions, szechuan pepper that makes this the best of its kind we have ever had.
www.kepcopower.com /blog/2006/02/szechuan-gourmet-chinese.html   (481 words)

 Beancurd Szechuan
He's never actually had beancurd szechuan before, but if he had, this is what the fat little boy's imagining that beancurd szechuan would smell like.
Almost as good as the beancurd szechuan." He beams, and for a moment is actually considering telling Andrea that she should probably bottle up the beancurd szechuan as well, if she can actually find the cloud of the beancurd smell.
Really what is beancurd and szechuan anyway?" Her face would be full of curiousity if she felt curious at all, but she felt any information she was entitled to be told so that she could store the information away for later use.
www.angelfire.com /ego2/thisisme/pascal-beancurdszechuan.htm   (2635 words)

 Szechuan Restaurant - Roanoke.com
One year ago, Roanoke staple Szechuan Restaurant near Tanglewood Mall in Roanoke County renovated its bar and seating area and updated its menu with a host of new dishes, including sushi.
Szechuan also offers lunch specials ($4.95-$6.25), and this location includes a sushi bar.
Szechuan’s cuisine is satisfying, but it’s the heavy, saccharine sauces that do it in.
www.roanoke.com /entertainment/insideout/stories\wb/72504   (874 words)

 Singapore Chinese Restaurant: Szechuan Court and Kitchen at Raffles The Plaza
An oasis of charm and elegance, the inimitable Szechuan Court is renowned for serving some of the finest Szechuan and Cantonese cuisine in Singapore.
Szechuan cuisine has an international reputation for being spicy and flavourful, with the ubiquitous Szechuan chilli peppercorn, a key ingredient in Szechuan food.
Savour a myriad of Szechuan Court's specialities such as Szechuan hot and sour soup, smoked duck with camphor wood and fragrant tea leaves, home-made bean curd with shredded chicken in spicy sauce and steamed cod with fermented soy bean crumbs, to name a few.
singapore-plaza.raffles.com /z882/restaurants_04.html   (263 words)

 Szechuan House - Cincinnati.Com Dining Guide
Shrimp slightly breaded, deep-fried to a golden brown and crispy, garnished with broccoli, served with Sophisticated Hot Szechhuan Sauce.
Sliced beef tenderloin marinated and sautéed with water chestnuts, bamboo shoots, and carrots, in a Szechuan Garlic Sauce.
Sliced chicken marinated and sautéed with water chestnuts, bamboo shoots, and green peppers, in a special Szechuan Sauce.
www.cincinnati.com /dining/szechuanhouse   (843 words)

 The Seattle Times: Restaurants: Stalking the Szechuan Chef who puts the hot in hot pot
KEVIN P. Diners gather around a hot pot at Szechuan Chef, cooking slices of raw meat and seafood in a simmering broth at the center of the table.
At Szechuan Chef, I've learned that bitter melon may be ugly before it's cooked, but it's beautiful when displayed as vibrant green half-moons scattered with garlic.
And three-pepper items that were decidedly mild — including the delicate, pork-filled, dry-style Szechuan wontons, and the whole fish in hot fl-bean sauce (a plump tilapia in a rich brown sauce scattered with cilantro and scallions).
seattletimes.nwsource.com /html/restaurants/2002972524_leson05.html   (1076 words)

 From Mandarin to Szechuan: China is taking a lead role on the world business stage. What style of Chinese cuisine might ...
Southern Chinese (Szechuan) recipes are characterized by the Szechuan peppercorn.
Though the Szechuan province is only one part of Southern China, its style of cooking is important enough and similar enough to other Southern Chinese styles and familiar enough to Western diners to represent Southern Chinese cuisine for this discussion.
Szechuan peppercorns, dried and even pickled chili peppers, and garlic often are used to create intense flavors.
findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m3289/is_8_175/ai_n16690285   (847 words)

 Szechuan Food
Many Szechuan dishes have a more "chewy" texture than elsewhere in China - this is achieved by frying or stir-frying food until it is quite dry and even crusty, then tossing it in a suace.
Multiple flavourings are also an inportant element, as in the beef dish, so it is quite usual to find garlic, chillis, sugar, vingar, etc. all in one dish.
the stuffed aubergines make ideal "finger food" and could be served as a starter, with a dip of mixed salt and crushed Szechuan peppercorns.
www.cs.cmu.edu /People/suchu/www-cook/szechuan/szechuan-p132.html   (460 words)

 szechuan-tofu recipe from FatFree
Date: Thu, 13 Jul 95 07:39 EST From: joell@jolt.mpx.com.au (Joell Abbott) Someone was asking about a szechuan sauce.
I have an adapted version that I use on tofu, but it could work with broccoli as well.
Collected from the Int'l Cooking Echoes 1995 by Joell Abbott MMMMM The bean paste and peppercorns are available at Asian markets.
www.fatfree.com /recipes/chinese/szechuan-tofu   (139 words)

 Fat in Szechuan Sauce
Need to know the total number of carbs there are in 11 ounces of szechuan sauce..
A food label for this food will be displayed on the page which was created using the values you added.
Once the 'szechuan sauce' food label is generated, create a total for a list of all of the ingredients in your receipe by clicking on the RecipeBuilder button.
www.nutrientfacts.com /FoodPages/Fat/Fat_Szechuan_Sauce.htm   (124 words)

 Cooks.com - Recipes - Szechuan
Results 1 - 10 of 56 for szechuan.
Stir constantly until all is covered in the mix.
Stir in cayenne and Szechuan peppers, as much as...
www.cooks.com /rec/search/0,1-0,szechuan,FF.html   (166 words)

 Takeout Menu (Szechuan)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
NOTE: Szechuan Cooking is noted for its liberal use of mouth-tingling seasoning, especially fagara, the piquant Szechuan pepper.
Szechuan Special Beef - Marinated Beef with Water Chestnuts, Peapods and Straw Mushrooms in Szechuan Sauce
Bean Curd Szechuan - with Ground Pork and Peas
www.kowloonrestaurant.com /menus/takeszec.htm   (467 words)

 Le Piment Rouge - Szechuan Cuisine
Szechuan cuisine is now the most popular Chinese cuisine in many parts of the world.
The place has an enormous tower of wine bottles in the centre of the dining area that will please the wine tasters.
Featuring a mouth watering selection of tasty Szechuan dishes prepared under the tutelage of head chef, one of the most requested items on the menu continues to be their General Tao chicken served with a special homemade sauce.
www.qdg.ca /Piment-Rouge.aspx   (137 words)

 Szechuan Chongqing Seafood Restaurant
Back in 1983 the Wong family opened the doors of the first Szechuan Chongqing in Vancouver, B.C. A Buddhist temple now occupies the site of their original location.
For the past 23 years, the Wong's have been showing west coast diners how Szechuan is done.
On West Broadway the Chongqing kitchen created original favorites such as Szechuan Style Green Beans, mouth watering Ginger Beef, and Tan Tan Noodle Soup.
www.szechuanchongqing.com /aboutus   (231 words)

Of note, szechuan peppercorns can no longer be imported into the US.
When I made the Szechuan Salt-Pepper I had cut the recipe in half.
I made this last evening and the first thing that was said about the dish was "this is too salty..." and I agree.
www.epicurious.com /run/recipe/view?id=2145   (494 words)

 SZECHUAN SALT-PEPPER Recipe at Epicurious.com
This recipe was created to accompany Sophisticated Stir-Fried Rice and Szechuan -Flavored Country Style Spareribs.
Szechuan pepercorns can no longer be i\mported into the USA.
I did however find a recipe for a Chinese Seasoned Salt on the back of the Szechuan peppercorns which I might use the next time I need Szechuan Salt-Pepper.
www.epicurious.com /run/recipe/view?id=1971   (402 words)

 Szechuan Chongqing Seafood Restaurant
Serving Vancouver for 23 years, Szechuan Chongqing Seafood Restaurant offers authentic Szechuan cuisine that has been prepared with special care to satisfy your appetite.
We prepare each dish from the freshest ingredients and are dedicated to providing our diners with hospitality.
At Szechuan Chongqing Seafood Restaurant, we believe that the customers' satisfaction is worth more than a thousand words.
www.szechuanchongqing.com   (92 words)

 Chicken Wing Recipe - Hot Spicy Szechuan Chicken Wings Recipe
This chicken wing recipe is taken from the famous Szechuan cuisine.
Szechuan cooking is well know for its spicy foods, and this chicken wing recipe is no exception.
Find delicious and spicy Chinese and Szechuan recipes here.
www.healthycookingrecipes.com /chickenrecipes/chickenwingrecipes.htm   (276 words)

 Chinese Food, Thai Food, Japanese Food & Sushi - Szechuan Taste Newburyport, MA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Szechuan Taste, Sushi Yen and Thai Café has been voted the North Shore's favorite Asian restaurant, specializing in the finest Chinese, Japanese and Thai cuisine.
Conveniently located in historic downtown Newburyport, Szechuan Taste Chinese Restaurant provides a relaxed atmosphere.
Our food is prepared using only the freshest and finest Asian and domestic produce.
www.szechuantaste.com   (123 words)

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