Momofuku: Chili Crunch | Original
Momofuku: Chili Crunch | Original
Momofuku: Chili Crunch | Original
Momofuku: Chili Crunch | Original
Momofuku: Chili Crunch | Original
Momofuku: Chili Crunch | Original
Momofuku: Chili Crunch | Original
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Momofuku: Chili Crunch | Original


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Meet Momofuku Chili Crunch. This spicy-crunchy chili oil is our go-to way of adding a flash of heat and texture to our favorite dishes. Developed by David Chang and the Momofuku Culinary Lab, Chili Crunch is restaurant-tested and the result of a decade of research. With three types of Mexican chilis, crunchy garlic and shallots, Chili Crunch is the perfect balance of spicy and crunchy. Hundreds of 5-star reviews agree that it’s great for spicing up dips, eggs, noodles, BBQ, and more. Made in the U.S.A.

Ingredients: grapeseed oil, puya chilis, coconut sugar, onions, garlic, sesame seeds, japones chilis, chilis de arbol, mushroom powder, salt, shallots, spices, yeast extract, seaweed.

About Momofuku: Welcome to the future of the Asian pantry in America. Dreamed up in our culinary labs and now available in your home kitchen, Momofuku Goods is proud to offer our full assortment of restaurant-grade pantry items, including air-dried (never fried) noodles, three delicious flavors of our spicy-crunchy chili crunch, seasoning salts, soy sauce, and tamari. Momofuku was founded by two-Michelin starred chef David Chang in 2004 with the opening of Momofuku Noodle Bar in New York City. Credited with “the rise of contemporary Asian-American cuisine” by the New York Times and named the “most important restaurant in America” by Bon Appétit magazine, Momofuku is now giving home cooks access to the high quality ingredients that we use in our restaurants.