I also made this for your Asian Rotisserie Chicken, which is a wet marinade, but looking forward to using this as a dry rub during grilling season. Great flavors. I mixed up some of this seasoning so I could make your Asian Rotisserie Chicken. This is a great tasting seasoning with a little heat and lots of flavor for the chicken. We really will get a lot of use out of this seasoning!
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A simple authentic recipe for Chinese Five Spice that takes 5 minutes from start to finish! Interestingly, Chinese Five Spice is based on the five elements — fire, water, wood, earth and metal. According to traditional Chinese medicine, the five elements are manifested in different parts of the body and when there are imbalances in these elements, illness can result. The ingredients and amount of spices vary greatly from region to region and even from household to household depending on personal tastes and preferences.
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Based on the name, you can probably guess there are five different spices in this Asian seasoning. These are commonly a mixture of star anise, cloves, Chinese cinnamon, Sichuan pepper , and fennel seeds, but five-spice powder can also include anise seeds, ginger root, nutmeg, turmeric, amomum villosum pods, cardamom pods, licorice, orange peel, or galangal. You can use five-spice powder in many different ways in Chinese and Taiwanese cooking, including adding it to stew meat or poultry, making it part of a marinade, as a spice rub when roasting foods, and as a seasoning in the breading for fried foods.