Pink pepper is a spice that has lately become a staple in many dishes. It is not a pepper per se and is not derived from the same plant. However, it has a very eclectic and peppery taste with sweet and fruity notes.
Pink pepper can be used in sauces, meat dishes, fish, it can be infused in olive oil, it can be used in Spicy Wine mix to flavor warm red wine and it can even be used in desserts. Pink pepper goes perfectly with chocolate!
As pretty and flavorful it is, it also packs a great health punch with its medicinal properties. It has antipyretic and painkilling properties, it arouses the appetite, it has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, it is an antioxidant, and it can support our metabolic function to help us lose weight.
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