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S&B Rayu Chili Oil with Crunchy Garlic

Despite its fiery red coloring, this oil isn’t so extraordinarily hot that you can’t use it for meals with your spice-sensitive friends. Along with the obvious crunchy fried garlic and chili paste, you’ll find almonds, ground sesame seeds, and sesame oil: all of which brings forth a deep, nutty flavor that stands out in any dish, whether it be plain tofu, a salad, or a fully cooked noodle dish.

Common Allergens: Tree Nuts, Soy.

What Is Chili Oil?

In its simplest form, chili oil is exactly as it sounds: an oil that’s been infused with dried chilis. But there are countless ways to make chili oil, and the nuanced taste can differ significantly as a result. We’re talking flavor combinations that include crunchy garlic, fermented black beans, peanuts and shrimp paste: all of which will change the outcome of your meal overall. Each region of China makes its own specific kind, be it Hunan, Shaanxi, Guizhou or Sichuan chili oil.

How To Use Chili Oil

If you’re wondering how to use chili oil, the joy of this versatile condiment is that it can be used on virtually anything: for instance, both dumplings and instant noodles are immediately more tasty with a glug of chili oil. You can even drizzle it on ice cream!

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