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Real Foods Pink Peppercorns

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25gr
£1.08 432p / 100g
50gr
£1.83 366p / 100g
100gr
£3.37 337p / 100g
250gr
£8.62 345p / 100g
500gr
£16.83 337p / 100g
1kg
£33.16 332p / 100g
3kg
£77.06 257p / 100g

Limited availability due to high coronavirus demand

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5kg
£113.00
(226p / 100g)
2 x 5kg
£110.74 each
(221p / 100g)

Ingredients

Pink Peppercorns ingredients:

Rose Baises (Pink peppercorns)

About Pink Peppercorns

Pink peppercorns, or rose baises, are fun to use in cooking, as they add both a fruity flavour and bold, beautiful colour.

From a small mastic-tree, these little berries are not a proper member of the pepper family. The green berries grow in tiny clusters of white flowers that form in autumn, and become bright red before harvesting. Their name comes from their similarity to true peppercorns in both size and shape. Sweet and mild, they make a colourful addition to many dishes: salads, eggs, white sauces. They go well with rich dishes and are often used to flavour delicate sauces.

Since they are too soft to be ground in a peppermill by themselves, they are sprinkled whole in most dishes. When sautéed or cooked in sauces, you may be surprised that the flavour changes to become very similar to black pepper. Used as a garnish, they make a stunning colour presentation.

Colour: Pink

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What a lovely selection of recipes for using these pink peppercorns. I saw these in the shop but didn't know what to do with them so it was great to find these 3 recipes to help.

By Maureen Rush on 24/06/2015

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