Andaliman Wild Peppercorns – The Lime and Mandarin Touch
£ 8.30 – £ 18.10
Andaliman pepper hails from Sumatra in Indonesia and is harvested all year round. Like most of our specialised pepper the Andaliman pepper is found growing wild and not cultivated. The flavours will remind you have the sichuan pepper with hints of the cubeb pepper, provides hints of citrus and the classic numbing feeling. The flavours will intensify and your senses will respond in kind.
Origin: Sumatra, Indonesia
Crisp, numbing, with unusual citrus notes.
This surprising and rare Indonesian pepper has a wonderful lemon flavor and the slightly numbing bite of Sichuan peppercorn. Andaliman is, in fact, a distant relative of the Sichuan pepper and is characterized by lime and mandarin flavors.
For centuries, the Bataks of North Sumatra have cultivated Andaliman, their staple pepper. Andaliman wild pepper is used in some parts of Sumatra the way black pepper is used in the West. Ours is direct sourced and not available anywhere else.
It goes well with meat and fish of all kinds. It also pairs well with chilies and curries. It can be used whole in simmered recipes and sauces.
The flavours will remind you have the sichuan pepper with hints of the cubeb pepper, provides hints of citrus and the classic numbing feeling. You’ll taste lime and mandarin flavors.
Use it with:
Very versatile, can go with meat and fish, chilies and curries, in simmered recipes and sauces.
The Bataks mix Andaliman with galangal, turmeric, garlic, ginger, kaffir lime leaves, shallots, lemongrass and chilies to season poultry, pork and fish dishes.
HOW TO USE
Can Use With Grinder?
Possible, but not ideal.
Can Use With Mortar or Pestle?