Chili Oil

Chili Oil

by Azalea Gourmet

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The peppers on the market differ slightly in spiciness and aroma depending on the place of origin! Here everyone can choose according to their own preferences. If you like to eat very spicy, you can buy peppers produced in Sichuan. If you only eat slightly spicy, you can choose a pepper with a lower degree of spiciness!
A can of chili oil is always available at home. It is a very essential kitchen seasoning to eat cold dishes or other dipping sauces!


Chili Oil

1. Dried red peppers are washed to clean the floating soil, and then placed in the sun for 2-3 days to let the peppers dry! Then put the dried red pepper in the food processor and break it, but don't break it too much to keep it grainy! Add sesame seeds and 1 tablespoon salt to the chili powder

Chili Oil recipe

2. Pour peanut oil in the cold pan, then pour all the spices in the cold oil! Burn the oil according to the amount of chili powder. If there is more chili powder, burn more oil! Slowly burst out the fragrance of spices for about 5 minutes on low heat! Don't make the fire too big, the spice is easy to burn and there is no fragrance if the fire is too fast!

Chili Oil recipe

3. Take out the spices and throw them away, leaving the base oil

Chili Oil recipe

4. Stir the chili powder with salt and sesame seeds evenly and divide into 2 portions. Pour a tablespoon of hot oil on the dried chili powder

Chili Oil recipe

5. Immediately pour some chili powder, and then pour a spoonful of hot oil!

Chili Oil recipe

6. Pour in the remaining chili powder and then all the hot oil!

Chili Oil recipe


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