For those of you who like spicy foods, you can't help but add Shichimi to udon and Tabasco to pasta. Have you ever eaten a spicy seasoning made from "raw" chili peppers? Very spicy and recommended!
I would like to introduce "O Hot Spicy Coarse Pepper" sold by Fuji Foods. With a manufacturing method that takes advantage of the flavor of raw chili peppers, you can enjoy the aroma and umami that dried chili peppers do not have.
There are bottle type and tube type, but I personally like the tube type because it is easy to use.
The moment you lick it, it's spicy! It has a rough, coarsely ground texture like yuzu pepper, and every time you chew it, you will be hit by spiciness many times.
But, however. Since it contains garlic and sake, it is not only spicy, but the umami will gradually chase afterwards. It may be similar to the taste of the seasoning "Sambal", which is indispensable for Indonesian cuisine.
Anyway, it has a more pungent taste than dried chili peppers and instantly stimulates the tongue. And it's spicy.
Add it to pasta, ramen, soup, etc. to accentuate it, add it to the hidden flavors of stir-fried vegetables and curry, or add it to the condiments of meat dishes. Mayonnaise and ponzu sauce to make an original seasoning! Please add a little to various ingredients.