Organic Szechuan Mala Chilli Paste
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3.53 oz / $1.91 per oz
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"Mala" means "spicy" and "numbing" in Mandarin, and boy, does this chili paste deliver. Made with organic and nut-free ingredients, it also comes with gluten-free soy sauce made from brown rice, rather than wheat. Add it to stir-fried veggies, noodles and proteins, or to add some heat to soups.
- Low Sugar
- BIPOC Owned
- Women Owned
- Sustainable Agriculture
- Plastic Minimal
- Recyclable Packaging
- Community & Economic Development
Good news! Rinse the glass jar and recycle it along with the metal lid in a curbside bin.
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low carbon footprint
How it does good
Authentic, not artificial
Many store-bought Asian products come with a ton of artificial additives, preservatives, and sugar, and don't provide a lot of flexible options for vegans. That's why Mekhala Living delivers exciting Asian sauces with organic, vegan-friendly ingredients, with no artificial preservatives or flavors. So you can make your favorite Asian dishes without worrying about the ingredients list.
Based in Singapore, Mekhala Living manufactures their products in their own facility in Chiang Mai, where they source quality ingredients from local farmers. All Mekhala Living products are vegan.Learn More
All of Mekhala Living's glass jars and lids are recyclable.Learn More
low carbon footprint
Mekhala sources their raw materials locally where possible. They also try to use raw materials that would otherwise be discarded, such as the roots and tops of vegetables.Learn More
supporting key causes
Mekhala Living supports the Schools of Hope program, a charity for underprivileged Burmese Shan youth in Thailand. Mekhala also runs an internship program for these students. When they graduate, Mekhala hires them and sponsors their work visas, providing them with benefits that they wouldn't otherwise receive as non-Thais.Learn More
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About the Brand
Mekhala (which means "Goddess" in Thai) is a Singaporean and Thai foods brand. They craft organic, gluten- and nut-free, vegan-friendly foods that make life easier and tastier for all. Their aim is to help everyone become gods and goddesses of the kitchen.Shop Brand
How to use
Make a spicy Szechuan Mapo Tofu. Serve over a bowl of steaming white rice and garnish with diced green onion.