The subtle, less biting, less pungent flavor of white pepper powder can be used a bit more freely than unprocessed black pepper. Organic White Pepper Powder has been used by human for over 4,000 years. We consume it as a common spice for different cuisines like salads, cottage cheese, eggs, steak, and more. Can be an ingredient of cream sauces, mashed potatoes apart from Thai and Chinese Cuisine. Good source of minerals, fibre and Vitamin C. Regular intake helps you manage your body cholesterol levels, fight heart disease, inflammation and maintains good bone condition.
Pepper is popular as magical spice and “king of spices”. Organic White pepper is obtained by processing the matured Piper nigrum berries. With less pungency than the black version, this spice lends great flavor to white sauces, cream soups and fish dishes. This is the prominent spice used in Indian cuisines since time immemorial as well as traditional medicine. Often equated with money, pepper has been used for taxes, rent, dowries and ransom.
Colour of the pepper is decided strictly by the stage at which they're harvested and whether or not they are de-husked. Black pepper is harvested while the berries are still green-- before ripening. Sun drying turns them dark brown and wrinkly. White pepper is obtained when the berries are picked after complete ripening on the plant. The berries are soaked in clean flowing water for about 10 days followed by removal of the outer pericarp (dehusking) and sun drying.
White pepper is available in two forms - whole (good for marinades or pickles and peppermill blends) and ground-- for use in a shaker or in light-coloured sauces or fish, chicken and potato dishes.
|Nutrient||Avg. contents g/mg per 100 g|
|Total Calories||20.0 Kilocals|
|Calories from Fat||1.0|
|Total Carbohydrates||4.8 g|
|Dietary Fiber||2.3 g|
|Total Fat||0.1 g|
|Saturated Fat||0.0 g|
|Vitamin A||0.0 mg|
|Vitamin C||2.0 mg|
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