Voatsiperifery red pepper is a pepper with a mild spiciness. It offers a warm, subtly woody feeling. On the palate, a flavour of fresh herbs and then a freshness of citrus fruit with a floral note. A wild pepper to discover absolutely!
Pairings in the kitchen: White meat, fine white fish, sweet and savoury dishes, vegetables, desserts.
Origin: Primary forests - Madagascar
Packaging: 25g resealable bag - conservation of aromas.
"Voatsiperifery red pepper is a rare pepper, the fruit of a harvest in full maturity like a late harvest"
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Voatsiperifery pepper is a very rare wild pepper.
Native to the primary and virgin forests of Madagascar, it is a real pepper. The liana on which it grows can reach 20 to 30 meters high.
Voatsiperifery red pepper is very aromatic. Very fragile, because it is waterlogged, it requires a lot of care during its harvest.
Did you know that? The colour of the pepper indicates its level of ripeness. The red colour is a sign of great ripeness. With this Voatsiperifery pepper, I present you with a pepper that is equivalent to the late harvest in the wine industry
David Vanille's choice: I have chosen to present you this Voatsiperifery red pepper for its unique flavour. A rare pepper from Madagascar, harvested by hand, which seduces by its great maturity.
The harvest of Voatsiperifery red pepper is delicate. First of all, you have to get to the heart of the rainforest by following paths that are difficult to walk on.
Once there, the pickers have to climb the vines until they reach the berries. One of the difficulties in harvesting this rare pepper is the fact that on the same creeper, the bunches of berries may have reached different levels of maturity. It is therefore necessary to sort the ripe berries from those still too young to be picked.
On average, 10 kilos of fresh berries have to be picked to obtain one kilo of Voatsiperifery pepper.
This pepper from Madagascar can be picked white, black or red.
Red voatsiperifery pepper is of high quality. Less pungent than black pepper, it has developed more intense aromas.
The black voatsiperifery pepper, was picked green on the vine before being dried. It is during the drying process that it took on its dark colour.
The white Voatsiperifery pepper is actually the inside of the red pepper. It is a seed with subtle flavours.
It is difficult to define the exact origins of this pepper as it is so rare. Unrecognized until recently by the Malagasy themselves, the wild Voatsiperifery pepper has only recently known its hour of glory. Today, the greatest chefs are honouring it. The production being relatively low, this pepper is not likely to become a common variety... and so much the better.
Still unknown a few years ago, Voatsiperifery wild pepper is now very popular. However, production is not sufficient to meet the demand
Some farmers have tried to increase their harvests by changing the way they pick berries. To stop climbing vines, some do not hesitate to cut them down. Others do not sort the berries and therefore produce a less quality pepper
The risk of these practices would be to harm the survival of this species. So, to preserve it, several groups of local researchers are trying to find solutions to domesticate this wild pepper and thus allow farmers to cultivate it without harming the wild species.
Voatsiperifery pepper has medicinal properties. Like most peppers, it has the following properties
Pepper is also used against toothache, as it has an anesthetic effect.
This pepper being very aromatic, it can be used without restraint in all kitchens and all types of dishes that one would like to concoct
Crush it ideally at the end of cooking, on your favourite dishes. It goes wonderfully well with white fish and seafood. In a simmered dish, it works wonders! Fragrant and mild, it enhances white meats such as veal or pork
Voatsiperifery pepper is known for its particular flavour which sublimates vegetables and gives them character. It is excellent with pan-fried mushrooms and even in a mushroom sauce
In the kitchen, the red Voatsiperifery can be used for both sweet and savoury recipes. It is excellent on fruits, especially exotic fruits: lychee, mango, pineapple..
If you like the combination of chocolate and pepper, you will appreciate the subtlety of its aromas. Mousse, cream or chocolate fondant will be sublimated simply with a little crushed Voatsiperifery red pepper
French chefs have adopted this pepper. It can be found in Alain Ducasse's Mushrooms stuffed with goat's cheese or in Sophie Dudemaine's 5 meat stew.
An autumnal soup sublimated by this pepper of character. Cut your pumpkin into cubes and fry them until they turn a beautiful golden colour. Add a few sliced onions and celery. Cover with water. At the end of cooking, mix. Serve in a soup plate with a little Voatsiperifery wild pepper. Roast some crushed hazelnuts. And sprinkle over your soup. Enjoy your meal!
The roast leg of lamb is a classic of French cuisine. Accompanied by green beans, it is one of the Sunday dishes par excellence. Here, the leg of lamb and beans are peppered with wild Madagascar pepper. It gives them a unique flavour, without the pronounced spiciness of black pepper, which is generally used in this recipe.
In this dessert with exotic flavours, Voatsiperifery red pepper adds an aromatic note and a slight spiciness to the fruit. Cut your fruit into cubes and roast them on the grill. Create a homemade syrup by cooking a mango mixed with brown sugar. Once the syrup has thickened, coat your fruit. Add a few crushed Voatsiperifery red peppercorns and serve.
Voatsiperifery pepper is a rare pepper that should be kept in an airtight container. Prefer a dark and dry environment
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