Mala-based food, which has recently become a boom among spicy food lovers. I would like to introduce you to the wonderful seasoning that you can fully enjoy at home with the "spicyness of numbness" using Japanese pepper and Chinese pepper (Hua Jiao).
A product called "Malayu" from Shinjuku Nakamuraya, which is familiar with curry and mapo tofu. I bought it at Seijo Ishii, and it was 110g (3.88oz) and the price was 429 yen (excluding tax).
Chili oil with fried onion, garlic, crushed peanuts, roasted walnuts, etc. added to mala sauce using Sichuan pepper. It looks like "eaten chili oil" and has an appetizing and fragrant scent.
Immediately after putting it in your mouth, you don't feel much spiciness, and you can afford to taste the ingredients with a chewy texture. Then, the numbing spiciness peculiar to Hua Jiao gradually descends ...! You can get drunk with the uncompromising spiciness while saying hehehe.
It's crunchy, so you can eat it just by putting it on rice, but it seems to be very useful for tofu, tataki cucumber, steamed chicken, ramen and other toppings and a little addition. Is it okay for adults to add this to the mapo tofu made for children? Put it in the fridge and enjoy the spiciness that makes you feel numb at any time!