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RED PEPPER

Cayenne or Red Pepper -
1 pound = 5 cups
1 ounce = 5 Tablespoons

Red Pepper is noted for its hot, sharp pungency. The heat is both a throat and a mouth heat. Its musty flavor combines with floral, spicy and hay-like notes to give Red Pepper its characteristic flavor profile.

Although there are numerous sources of Red Pepper, India, Pakistan, and China are the major producers. Varieties originating from these countries are among the hottest and most pungent types.
 

 

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