Chinese Five-Spice Powder

Chinese Five-Spice Powder created by Zurie

You can purchase this powder premade in the grocery store, but making your own makes for a better flavor.

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  • Mix the spices together and store in an airtight jar.
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"You can purchase this powder premade in the grocery store, but making your own makes for a better flavor."
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  1. annap.southwell
    How long do you toast the fennel seeds and Szechuan peppercorn in the frypan before you add them to the rest of the powder ingredients?
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  2. LucyP0626
    Do you cook with it or add it after?
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  3. 1clareevans
    I think there is too much clove in this. Other recipes only have 1/8 tsp of cloves and this one tastes too strongly of cloves
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  4. Harley M.
    I have a Chinese(Szechuan)peppercorn bush/shrub(very thorny)in my ornamental garden. This year it produced an abundance of the red peppercorns, so I dried some in my solar dehydrator and ground them with rock salt(Himalayan, Brazilian Sea Salt and Kosher). The flavor is fantastic and we use it in just about everything now. I even sprinkled some on my popcorn.
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  5. Peter G.
    This is similar to my recipe but I use double the amount of Szechuan pepper and 1 1/2 times the amount of fennel seed.
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