Cayenne pepper is a spice that can be used to add flavor and heat to the meal. It has been a popular spice in cooking for over 5,000 years!
Give your meal just the right amount of heat with this spicy product. It is a great alternative to standard salt and pepper.
It is a hot spice, so much so that the plant from which it grows is sometimes called Ground Red Pepper. Hot taste has always been associated with invigorating and energizing qualities -- it's no wonder athletes are seen consuming cayenne-sauced food before competitions! There's nothing better for waking up your taste buds than these little red bullets of heat
It is a popular spice used to add spice and spiciness to various dishes. The cayenne pepper family of products includes red peppers, paprika, sweet peppers, tabasco sauce, vinegar and xantinas found in many foods that we eat every day!
Cayenne pepper has a number of health benefits and is great to have on hand for use in cooking. Mixed with olive or vegetable oil, it is powerful enough to purify the digestive system from unhealthy, bad stomach bacteria that cause effects like irritable bowel syndrome and antibiotic-associated diarrhea. Studies published in the Journal of Infectious Diseases found that by inhibiting certain bacteria in your intestines, consumption of spicy foods can reduce your risk for respiratory infections.
This sort of peppers put some heat, and flavor, in your dish. Add it to slow-simmered meat sauces for a fiery kick. Relish this spice's history as rumored to have conquered stomach aches, fight infections and even keep the bowels in shape.
The nutrients you gain from eating cayenne pepper help fight inflammation while also helping boost immunity which prevents our bodies’ susceptibility to diseases such as urinary tract infection!
Cayenne pepper has been a staple when cooking for centuries. With rich history and culture, this spicy spice is perfect to give your food that extra bit of heat. Cayenne pepper is used for its digestive properties as well as its ability to increase blood circulation and metabolic rate in the body. Whether you’re cooking up some eggs with cheese or sausage sandwiches, or making an exotic curry dish from India, there is always a need to spice it up!
The spicy and versatile flavor can liven up any meal. Excellent addition to slow-cooked dishes, a dash adds something extra when thrown into sauces or soups.
Cayenne pepper is a capsicum spice used in many dishes for the flavor that it provides. It's most commonly found as one of the key ingredients in chili powder, but can be also sprinkled on its own atop pasta and pizza. Now you can enjoy food with delicious heat without risking scorching off your taste buds with these hot cayenne pepper chips. You'll never need to suffer through bland foods again!
Alert: May not create significant heartburn like real peppers
Our cayenne pepper has a heat range from 25,000 to 40,000 SHU.
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It is available by 100g, 500g and 1 kg.
Also available as Organic: See category Organic Spices