DESCRIPTION: Timut pepper is known botanically as Zanthoxylum armatum and commonly as Timur pepper, prickly ash, toothache tree and Nepalese pepper. The spice is related to Szechuan pepper and boasts similar properties. So basically, that means timut pepper is hot. ... “Timut pepper is used in Asian and Indian cuisines.
INGREDIENTS: Pepper of the Zanthoxylum armatum variety
ALLERGY ADVICE: For allergens see ingredients in bold.
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