Ngu vi huong means " 5 Spice Powder" in Vietnamese. It is a seasoning consisting of a belnd of 5 spices, namely, star anise, Szechuan peppercorns, fennel, cloves and cinnamon. Used as seasoning to marinades, soups, stir fries, etc.

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