Gewürze LodnerTasmanian Mountain Pepper

Intense purple color and a certain sharpness

  • Turns purple
  • Use sparingly
  • Very spicy
  • € 8,49 (€ 56,60 / 100 g)
  • from 2 only € 8,00 / Piece -6%

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Item no.: GL-4260259761602, Content: 15 g

EAN: 4260259761602

15 g: € 8,49 (€ 56,60 / 100 g)
from 2 € 8,00 (€ 53,33 / 100 g)
50 g: € 24,99 (€ 49,98 / 100 g)

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  • Turns purple
  • Use sparingly
  • Very spicy

Description

Tasmanian pepper, also called mountain pepper, is an evergreen shrub that grows 2 - 3 meters high. The leaves and berries are often used in the kitchen because of their pepper-like sharpness. It grows exclusively in the humid, cool valleys and gorges of the rainforests of Tasmania and New South Wales in Australia's Southwest. The annual harvest amounts of this wild Australian specialty are very low.

Tasmanian pepper tastes fruity, sweet and then surprisingly spicy. This results in a slight numbness. For this reason, Tasmanian pepper should be used very sparingly, it is a little sharper than normal black pepper. Avoid using it in a pepper mill as it tends to stick, it's better to crush this pepper in a mortar. The crushed Tasmanian pepper colors food a bright reddish-purple, an effect which can be heightened by the addition of salt. It is advisable not to overcook the pepper, but to add it shortly before your dish is finished.

The Tasmanian mountain pepper is one of the few varieties that you can grind yourself. It is exciting to grind then stir into cream fraiche, which then turns purple.
Special features: purple-black berries
Taste: fruity-sweet first, then very spicy
Dishes: venison, dark meat, Australian kitchen (Bush-food), tuna steaks

Uses: For Fish and Seafood, For Meat , Suitable for Game
Flavour: Fruity and Sweet, Spicy
Origins: Australia
Consistency : Natural
Seal of Approval: EU Organic Symbol
Free from: Flavour Enhancers, Artificial Flavours, Artificial Colours, Vegan, Vegetarian, Preservatives

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  • Tasmanian Pepper

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