What Is In Coarse Black Pepper?
Coarse Black Pepper can be used in so many different ways. It is great in salad dressings as a finishing spice. Course Black Pepper added into a Caesar dressing provides the slight texture and sharpness that pairs well with the parmesan cheese in the dressing.
Add into soups for a layer of flavor, marinades to penetrate and season meats and even top on items such as deviled eggs for that punch of flavor that we love Black Pepper for. The flavor profile of Coarse Black Pepper makes it a bold spice so use wisely and have fun experimenting wherever Black Pepper is needed.
Spiceology’s medium grind, Coarse Black Pepper is great for when you need that extra kick a crack of Black Pepper can offer.
At this grind, the Pepper Granules offer a slight bite and are very aromatic and flavorful. They leave behind a slight heat on the palette and also bring some texture that can elevate whatever you use this product on.
The Flavor Behind Coarse Black Pepper
We source our Coarse Black Pepper from India’s Malabar Coast. We also source from Vietnam, Brazil and Indonesia. The actual Black Pepper grows off of the vines of pepper plants in tropical regions. The drupe of the plant is collected, washed and dried to capture the spice and pungency we all love.
Spiceology offers this medium grind of Coarse Black Pepper because we understand that a bold ingredient such as this is really useful in any chef’s toolkit. You are able to add a sharp and confident layer of flavor to the dish you are working with.
Our Coarse Black Pepper captures the famous flavor in a bottle and is a kitchen essential.