Chao Tian Jiao Chili: Flavor Profile
Burma Spice Chao Tian Jiao chili is also called Facing Heaven chili, because they grow upward to the sky. These chilis bring beautiful rich red color to your Asian dishes, a bit of sweetness, and medium heat.
Experience the Burma Spice hand-select difference. We get our premium peppers straight from the farm and hand pack small batches of the freshly dried chilis before sending to you. Your package is always fresh and full of authentic flavor for your homemade Chinese cuisine that tastes just as good as your favorite restaurant.
- Burma Spice gourmet Chao Tian Jiao Chili (Facing Heaven Chili) is grown and harvested by farmers in China, who dry the popular peppers before shipping to us for packaging. We package our premium Chinese chili right away to seal in their full flavor.
- Facing Heaven pepper is ideal for your authentic Asian homemade meals that call for flavor, rich color, and moderate heat with a hint of sweet. Make an authentic General Tao’s Chicken, tasty shui zhu, or colorful stir-fry with beef, chicken, or tofu.
- If you want a Sichuan chili that is slightly sweet with medium heat, this red Chao Tian Jiao dried chili has the beautiful pepper color and flavor you want in your Sichuan cooking. This aesthetic and flavorful chili is a staple in Sichuan kitchens.
- We hand pack small batches of these Sichuan peppers. The package that arrives at your door retains their freshness and flavor for your authentic Chinese meals. Try our customer satisfaction guarantee (or money back), and be prepared to fall in love.
Cooking with Deng Chao Tian Jiao Chili
Chao Tian Jiao chilis are very popular among experienced Sichuan chefs who know that flavor and heat can be non-completing friends. These chilies are often used whole in dishes for aesthetics and flavor.
Chao Tian Jiao is milder than other red Chinese chili peppers, so you can use more of them in your cooking. Still, it’s always best to start slow and work your way up. Of course, every time you test, you get to taste! It’s a win-win and you can’t go wrong.
Consider using Facing Heaven chilis the next time you cook Kung Pao (vegetarian or meat style), General Tao’s chicken, or mala pot. You can also venture into exciting territory with a mixed cuisine Chinese salsa.
Want more ideas?
Stir-fries: use Choa Tian Jiao in tasty meat, tofu or cabbage stir fries, or create a delicious and colorful Sichuan fried rice. Wrap your mind around a crispy, flavorful Laziji “thousand chili” chicken.
Slow Cooked Meats: create mouth-watering Sichuan boiled beef, or use in your braised meats and vegetables.
Hot pots: Chao Tian Jiao chili is a great compliment for a flavorful Sichuan hot pot.
Once you start using these chilis in your homemade Asian recipes, we think you’ll discover why Sichuan chefs keep them on hand at all times.
Put some in your cart and let us know…how do you like using your Facing Heaven chilis?