Dobanjiang (alternatively spelled toban djan) is an intensely flavored paste made from fermented broad (fava) beans, chilies, salt and seasonings.Mala Market�is importing the best version we have tasted of this pantry staple: remarkably deep, savory and spicy�far more so than any supermarket version. It�ll be your new secret ingredient and salvation for midnight noodles or last-minute meals.
Ingredients [/title] Red chili, broad beans, salt, wheat flour [/accordion]
Specifications [/title]Net Weight:
CARE AND USE [/title] The paste keeps indefinitely in an air-tight container in the refrigerator, so have no fear of it going bad. [/accordions-break]
Dobanjiang is commonly referred to as the soul of Sichuan cooking.[/banner_heading]
Mala Market's version is produced in Pixian, just outside Chengdu, which is renowned for its dobanjiang production.[/banner-text-break]
Try dobanjiang in classic recipes like
Once you are hooked on its complex, savory flavor you'll want to add a spoonful to quick stir fries, soups, and marinades. Or try a spoonful �neat� with rice and a pair of fried eggs for breakfast or lunch. It's strong stuff and a little dab will do you.[/how-to-use-break] When using in a stirfry, start by cooking briefly in the oil to disperse the flavor before adding the meat or vegetables.