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Cultural Bite

The people of Sichuan are known to be hot blooded, so it’s no surprise that their most commonly used phrase is “can you eat spicy?” Two main varieties of pepper account for Sichuan’s spicy, pungent culinary legacy, La Jiao (Chili Pepper) and Hua Jiao (Sichuan Pepper).

What You’ll Learn

Learn how to make use of the famous chilies and peppercorn infused dishes of China’s Southwest. Brazing, steaming and the legendary ‘Dry Frying’ are all intrinsic to Sichuan’s rich culinary traditions and can be learned in our four mouth-watering Sichuan Culinary Experiences.

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Sichuan A

  • Gongbao Chicken
  • Ma Po Dofu
  • Stir Fried Seasonal Vegetables

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Sichuan B

  • Dry Fried  Green Beans
  • Sweet and Sour Shredded Potatoes
  • Sichuan Style Boiled Beef

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Sichuan C

  • Fish Fragrant Eggplant
  • Spicy Sichuan Cabbage Salad
  • Deep Fried Chicken with Dried Chili and Sichuan Peppercorn

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Sichuan Vegetarian

  • Gong Bao Mushrooms
  • Ma Po Tofu
  • Dry Fried Green Beans

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