Organic Cayenne Pepper - 1.9 oz French Jar
- BEAUTIFUL, DELICIOUS, ORGANIC: We offer 32 organic spices in beautiful French jars with stainless-steel caps and convenient shaker tops with pour spouts. These lovely little spice jars make great anytime gifts for master chefs and beginners alike.
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- 100% USDA CERTIFIED ORGANIC INGREDIENTS: These gourmet high-oil, high color spices are packaged in our SQF-certified facility in Pompano Beach, FL. All-naturally farmed, they are simple, pure and pesticide-free. All of our organics are non GMO, gluten-free, Kosher and paleo & keto friendly.
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Originally from the Americas, Cayenne pepper from the capsicum annum plant is now among the most-planted hot peppers in the world. The Spice Lab Organic Cayenne Pepper is made from both dried peppers and their seeds for a fuller flavor and heat range.
Chef Fiona uses Organic Cayenne Pepper in chili con carne and in honey-glazed pork tenderloin. Even though it is considered a medium hot chile, cayenne pepper is fiery and hot on the taste buds. Everything from soups and omelets to pizzas and stir-fries are delicious when kicked up with cayenne. It improves roasted vegetables like carrots and parsnip fries. Even some desserts improve with a little cayenne, like pumpkin pie. Cayenne also pairs well with cocoa powder. Try this combo in Mexican hot chocolate, spicy brownies or in a salmon rub.
Cayenne is often associated with Mexican food, but is also used frequently in Indian, Asian and Southern American cooking. Add cayenne to homemade pad Thai, cheese omelets and quiche. It’s also delicious when dusted on fresh mango or papaya in the Caribbean tradition. Remember: just a pinch of bright red cayenne pepper packs a punch.
A pantry staple, it makes a great anytime gift for master chefs and beginners alike.