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Black Malabar pepper

Black Malabar pepper

Black Malabar Pepper, an Essential for Your Kitchen

Hailing from the Malabar coast, the original birthplace of pepper, this black pepper offers sweet and roasted notes. The intense and subtle flavor of this exceptional pepper will enhance your scallops, squash, carrots, or desserts!

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How to Use Black Malabar Pepper in Your Cuisine?

A Few Culinary Uses for Black Malabar Pepper

This pepper pairs perfectly with red meat, sweet-savory dishes, or vegetable tarts. It also complements desserts wonderfully. Let yourself be enchanted by the delightful combination of Black Malabar Pepper and chocolate or Black Malabar Pepper and red fruits.

Here are some recipe ideas to use Black Malabar Pepper in your cooking:

  • Homemade Tomato Juice: before blending the ingredients, add a twist of Black Malabar Pepper. Blend and serve chilled;
  • Roasted Asparagus: add Black Malabar Pepper to the sauce before roasting the asparagus;
  • Baked Potatoes: after cooking, sprinkle Black Malabar Pepper on the potatoes and serve;
To fully enjoy the flavors of this pepper, add it just before serving.

The Aromas of Black Malabar Pepper: A Promise of an Unforgettable Experience

With sweet, roasted, and woody notes, Black Malabar Pepper offers a true explosion of flavors that will delight your taste buds. Its light acidity provides a refreshing sensation and allows you to fully enjoy its characterful aroma. Black Malabar Pepper is the ideal pepper, combining sweetness and intensity!

The Botany of Black Malabar Pepper

Black Malabar Pepper belongs to the Piper nigrum family. This vine is cultivated in tropical areas and can reach over 4 meters in height.

What Makes Black Pepper Unique?

The difference between green, black, red, and white pepper lies mainly in the degree of maturity at which the pepper is harvested: black pepper is harvested just before full maturity and then dried in the sun, giving it spicy and full-bodied flavors.

The History of Black Malabar Pepper

The Malabar Coast: The Historical Birthplace of Pepper

The first pepper plants are indigenous, specifically from the state of Kerala, located on the Indian Malabar coast. Pepper owes its origin to India. Its name comes from Sanskrit (an Indo-European language): "Pippali," which gradually evolved and became "pipper."

Over the centuries, pepper is introduced to other countries: Cambodia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Brazil, Madagascar, and more recently to Cameroon in the 1930s. Malabar pepper is one of the first peppers to be exported from India, around 1661.

Pepper has been the source of many discoveries throughout history. For economic or cultural reasons, people trade, move, buy, sell, and establish trade posts. Traces of the use of Malabar pepper have even been found in the mummification of Ramses II.

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Allergen Absence
Native country INDE
Genus and botanical species Piper nigrum
Ingredients black pepper from Malabar
TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.

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