HOME > Chowhound > Dallas - Fort Worth >

Discussion

Sichuan Ingredients

  • 3

I just bought Fuchsia Dunlop's "Land of Plenty" and now I'm realizing how needy I am for the ingredients she uses in her book. Sichuan chili bean paste, fermented black beans, etc. Any suggestions on where I might pick up these ingredients? I live in East Dallas. Do you think that Asian market across from Jimmy's might have this stuff? I can't remember that name of that establishment and I've only walked through once. I need Chinese stuff!

  1. Click to Upload a photo (10 MB limit)
Delete
Posting Guidelines | FAQs | Feedback
Cancel
  1. Best bet is Hong Kong (Dallas/Garland area), Asia World, May Hua (Plano) or the one in Richardson Chinatown as all of those are Chinese. The one across from Jimmy's is more Viet/Burma/Loa. You possibly could find it there but you would have to translate it from Viet.

    1. I find that the Korean markets, like Super H in Carrollton or KoMart have more of the sichuan ingredients.

      Here are additional resources at Dallas Public Library http://catalog.dallaslibrary.org/Pola...

      Where in DFW have you found good sichuan food eating out?

      1 Reply
      1. re: cookingblue22

        Little Sichuan in Plano (Legacy and 75) has Sichuan owners as does Sichuanese Cuisine in Plano (Park and Coit)