Over the past few years, chili crisp has worked its way into the mainstream food world and is still gaining traction in restaurants, on store shelves and in consumer homes. Consumers and restaurants alike are still exploring different ways to showcase this spicy, crunchy condiment – from drizzling atop vanilla bean ice cream to mixing with mac n cheese or coating your favorite chicken wings. Invented in China in the 90s by a woman in her local noodle shop, this condiment quickly gained popularity throughout China and eventually the world.  Between its strong heat, its crunchy texture and its fragrant chili oil, this multi-dimensional spread gives great flavor inspiration.

Chili crisp is a great flavor to add to any dish when you need a little more spice, heat or punch of flavor.