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Discover the difference that Jinxy's artisanal chili oil and chili crisp can make in your culinary creations. Elevate your dishes to new heights and unlock a world of flavor with our meticulously crafted condiments. Join us in celebrating the artistry of flavor and the joy of exceptional dining with Jinxy's.

Every one of our jars are meticulously handcrafted, ensuring unparalleled quality and flavor in every batch. Our process is steeped in tradition, with a touch of modern innovation, resulting in condiments that are as unique as they are exquisite.

Enhancing Every Bite:
Our umami chili oil and spicy chili crisp ranges are designed to harmonize with a myriad of dishes, from sumptuous noodles and delectable pasta to succulent dumplings and hearty main courses. With Jinxy's by your side, every meal is transformed into a culinary masterpiece, bursting with layers of flavor and depth.

  • Jebel Ali Industrial Area - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
  • Jebel Ali Industrial area 1 Jebel Ali Commercial Complex, Gate1, Warehouse 21

Chili crisp also known as chili crunch, spicy chili oil, Sichuan chili crisp and crunchy chili oil is a spicy, crunchy, and aromatic condiment typically made with chilis, Sichuan peppercorns, spices, and aromatics which include cinnamon, star anise, ginger and scallions. This chilli base is then complimented with crispy fried garlic slices, shallots, sesame seeds and even peanuts. The combination of rich spicy flavorful oil and fried bits result in a unique umami condiment that is quickly becoming the next big essential item to have on the dinner table.  One of the reasons for chilli crisp’s fast growing popularity is its versatility. Where as some more typical hot sauces may clash with certain cuisines the oil base and texture of the chilli crisps tends to lend itself to whatever its paired with. Our customers enjoy their chilli crisp with a variety of dishes which include pizza, sandwiches, pasta, noodles, dumplings and even vanilla ice cream ( yes vanilla ice cream!)

Schezwan (or Sichuan as it's often spelt) peppercorns are a cornerstone ingredient of our in-house chili oil and aside from carrying a very appealing aroma ( likened to a peppery lavender) also create a unique numbing sensation to the palette. When consumed they produce a tingling, numbing effect due to the presence of hydroxy-alpha sanshool. Sichuan peppercorns also enhance and transform the flavor notes of other aromatics they are paired with making them an incredible foundation to layer a chili oil base upon.
We advise our products to be refrigerated where they are good for up to 3 months from their labeled production dates.
Chili oils are typically made by frying and infusing chilis with aromatics to create a condiment that is rich in layered flavors and perfectly compliments most dishes its paired with. Chili sauces whilst varying in their recipes generally consist of a vinegar and/or powerful base that may actually mask the flavors of foods they are paired with. Chili pastes on the other hand are concentrated bases that create great foundations for sauces but may otherwise be overpowering in their potent paste form. 
Orders placed online will be scheduled for delivery the following day

Deliveries will not be carried out on Sundays and orders placed on Saturday will be scheduled for Monday

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Section 1: Understanding Chinese Hot Sauces

  • Definition and significance of hot sauces in Chinese cooking.
  • Differentiation between chili oil and chili sauce.
  • Overview of key ingredients commonly used in Chinese hot sauces.

Section 2: Exploring Popular Chinese Hot Sauces

  1. Umami Crunchy Garlic: Description, flavor profile, and usage.
  2. Hot Honey Chili Oil: Characteristics and how it differs from traditional chili oil.
  3. Chili Oil Sauce: Versatility and common uses in Chinese dishes.
  4. Chinese Chili Sauce: Regional variations and popular brands.
  5. Umami Chili: Unique flavor components and culinary applications.

Section 3: Types of Chili Oil

  • Explanation of different types of chili oil, including crispy chili oil, crunchy garlic oil, and chili sesame oil.
  • Pros and cons of storing chili oil in the fridge.

Section 4: Cooking with Chili Oil

  • Creative uses for chili oil in various dishes, such as stir-fries, noodles, and marinades.
  • Tips for incorporating chili oil into everyday cooking.

Section 5: Exploring Chili Crisp

  • Definition and characteristics of chili crisp.
  • Comparison between Sichuan chili crisp and other varieties.
  • Nutritional information, including calorie content.

Section 6: Spice Levels and Storage

  • Addressing common questions about the spiciness of chili oil and chili crisp.
  • Guidelines for storing spicy chili crisp.