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Salt and Pepper Dipping Powder 胡椒鹽 (hújiāo yán) So simple it hardly warrants the term 'recipe.' Good for poultry, and deep fried food.


 

Ingredients and Method
Equal portions of salt and fine ground white pepper (say, 1/2 teaspoon each). Put into a small bowl and mix. Dip food in.

Notes: Try with White Cut Chicken Served in the restaurants of Taiwan this is often laced with powdered MSG, something not only unnecessary, but completely over the top.

 
     
   
   

 

 
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