2.2 OZ/ 62.4 g
Known as the “King of Spices,” pepper is one of the oldest and most popular spices in the world. Stripped of the outer hull and picked when ripe, this yellowish red berry is then soaked in water or steamed to loosen their skin. They are then rubbed to remove the skin and bleached, rinsed and dried to produce a whiter color. The sharp, winy biting taste is slightly less harsh and lacks the aroma and bouquet of black pepper. Popular in Eastern European, Chinese, Japanese and Thai cuisines. Adds a rich taste to grilled meat or poultry, soups and vinaigrettes, and delicate white sauces. Add to clear salad dressings and fish dishes.