A cayenne pepper powder that brings a slight spiciness without hiding the taste of your other spices. Ideal for your exotic dishes, red sauces or to make your own tabasco or pizza oil. This quality is known as vegetarian chilli pepper in the West Indies.
Association : Overseas cuisine, home-made sweet tabasco, spice up your life!
Packaging : Resealable bag - conservation of aromas.
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Cayenne pepper belongs to the Capsicum annuum family as well as the Capsicum frutescens family. It is recognizable by its bright red colour and elongated shape. It is a perennial annual plant that is cultivated for its fruit.
Cayenne pepper appreciates rich, moist, but well drained soils. A full sun exposure will favour the growth of the plant and the maturity of its fruits.
It is advisable to plant Capsicum annuum in spring to avoid the last frosts. Ideally from March to June depending on the region.
Did you know that? The cayenne pepper gets a score of 6 on the Scoville scale (30,000 Scoville units). This scale defines the degree of spiciness of spices by analyzing the capsaicin content
Cayenne pepper is harvested about 5 months after planting. Usually at the end of the summer. The plant has then reached its adult size, between 50 and 80 cm.
It is advisable to pick peppers with gloves to avoid the risk of itching eyes caused by their spicy extracts. Cayenne pepper powder is made from dried chilli peppers that are ground.
David Vanille's choice: I have selected this cayenne pepper powder for its assertive spiciness and its smoky aftertaste typical of hot peppers. Used sparingly, it spices up your dishes to the delight of spicy food lovers.
Chillies can be confused with paprika. It is true that paprika powder is made from dried paprika and chilli pepper. However, it is the spiciness that makes them different. The paprika being very mild and the chilli pepper being hot.
Cayenne pepper is native to South America and takes its name from the city of Cayenne in French Guiana. The first traces of this pepper date back several millennia. Some studies speak of - 9,000 BC, others of - 7,000 BC. Archaeologists have found some in ancient cave dwellings. Apparently, it was already used as a condiment.
Also known as "The Devil's Chili Pepper" because of its location on Devil's Island, later known as Guyana's open-air prison, it was imported to Europe in the 15th century during the Spanish colonization of South America. The Spanish and Portuguese used cayenne pepper to replace black pepper.
Did you know that? Cayenne pepper is also known as "Devil's Pepper".
Today, powdered cayenne pepper is a spice consumed all over the world. It is also found in some slimming treatments and cosmetics because it helps burn calories faster.
Cayenne pepper has antioxidant properties and contains :
Cayenne pepper is a spice that offers many benefits:
Cayenne pepper can also be applied on the skin with poultices, it would help among other things to fight osteoarthritis.
Cayenne pepper is one of the hottest spices. It develops an interesting smoky aroma. It is used to make tabasco, Sambal Oelek, but also pizza oil. It will spice up your marinades, woks, tomato sauces..
Did you know that? Cayenne pepper can be added as a complement to another spice without denaturing it. Only the pungent aspect will modify the basic spice. This is why cayenne pepper is found in many spice blends: curry, massalé..
Want to spice up your recipes with my devil's pepper? If so, here's a spicy menu for you!
Here is a Mexican-inspired starter that can also be served as an aperitif. Make mini salted pancakes and let them cool. Prepare a guacamole by crushing the flesh of two avocados, add half a lemon juice, cumin, garlic, paprika and my cayenne pepper powder. Serve chilled with the pancakes.
A traditional Italian recipe to which cayenne pepper powder is added to increase mouthfeel. Mince an onion and fry it in oil. Add ground beef. Season with salt and pepper. Once the meat is cooked, add crushed tomatoes, bay leaves, basil and paprika. Simmer for 1 hour. Add your cayenne pepper 15 minutes before the end of the cooking time.
A dessert with character! Sprinkle a pinch of cayenne pepper in your softener. Put it in the oven. You can sprinkle some more sparingly once the cake has cooled down.
Cayenne pepper powder can be kept dry and away from light. We advise you to use an airtight container. This will allow it to keep all its aromas and spiciness
Bonus: Did you put too much cayenne pepper powder in your dish? Some ingredients can soften its spiciness. This is particularly the case with dairy products such as milk or yoghurt, but also coconut milk.
Regina D. published the 26/12/2019 following an order made on 08/12/2019
Très bon produit
Mélodie F. published the 19/12/2019 following an order made on 30/11/2019
Super produit je recommande merci beaucoup