What is a Mala?

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Mala is a spicy spice that originates from Sichuan Province, China, our Thai brethren. Anyone who thinks Chinese people don’t eat spicy food might want to think again. Because of the Sichuan people Is someone who can truly eat spicy food. It’s a deep spiciness. And it’s a new type that doesn’t come close to the spicy taste of our home chili peppers. A short and simple explanation is that mala is a spice that gives flavor. It can be said to be “so spicy that your tongue is numb”. The word “ma” means numbness at the tip of the tongue. While the word “la” means spicy taste (this is the exact translation).

The ingredient that gives Mala a taste so spicy that it can make your tongue numb is a spice called Hua Jiao or Sichuan pepper. The shape is similar to black pepper. This chili is the main flavor.UFABET

How to cook Mala?

Can be used to cook many types of food. Whether it’s boiled, stir-fried, curry, fried, and grilled, we like to eat in Thailand. is to make a moist sauce. On grilled food skewers such as pork, chicken, shrimp, bacon, mushrooms, okra, etc., and as an ingredient in mala soup in shabu restaurants. or Chinese style sukiyaki As for other methods is to stir fry with meat And stir fry until the mahla is slightly dry. Or eat it boiled. Chinese people in Beijing place meat in cooked mala soup before eating. But Sichuan people will boil the meat first. Then cook the mala soup later.