Making five spice powder is much easier than you think. It creates a superior spice mixture that is cheaper and makes your Chinese dishes immediately taste better.
Author: Omnivore's Cookbook
Fennel Seeds (1 tsp)
Sichuan Peppercorns (1 tsp)
, broke apart
Cinnamon Sticks (1 in)
Whole Cloves (1 tsp)
Star Anise (1)
into a small pan. Roast over medium heat until fragrance is released.
Transfer the spices into a small bowl to cool.
Once cooled down completely, transfer to a coffee grinder or use a mortar and pestle. Ground until it turns to fine powder. Transfer to an airtight jar and store in cool, dark place out of direct sunlight. Enjoy!
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