what do you use chinese five spice for
rubbing into the skin of roast chicken with butter for an asian twist or sprinkled into the dough of scallion pancakes for added depth!
my favorite way to use it is in glazed walnuts. also good in baked goods when you want a very unique flavor twist.
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LOADS of things - I use it to make preserves a lot, in slow cooked lamb shanks, and also in baking. It's nice because it can go sweet or savory ...
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