Doubanjiang is a salty soybean paste made using fermented broad beans. Although Chinese doubanjiang is oftentimes spicy, Taiwanese doubanjian ranges from salty to spicy! This one with added chili is a perfect mix of both salty and spicy flavors. Doubanjiang is one of the most popular seasoning or condiments in Sichuan cooking. It is sometimes referred to as the soul of Sichuan cuisine and can be used as an ingredient in a dish, or simply stir fried with noodles or rice! Use Doubanjiang to create deliciously spicy and authentic Sichuan cuisine, or to provide flavor to soups and sauces.
Ming Teh was established in 1950 and has been producing high-quality products like their Doubanjiang fermented bean paste ever since. Ming Teh's broad bean paste with chili is a popular item from the company and is sold across the world.
- Ingredients: Red chili pepper, soybean (non-GMO), water, broad bean, salt, liquid sugar (sugar, water), sesame oil (soybean oil, sesame), wheat flour, disodium 5'-inosinate, disodium 5'-guanylate, star anise powder.
- Facts: Product of Taiwan