Cayenne pepper has been called "the king of herbs" with good reason, as it has been prized for thousands of years for its healing powers. Folklore from around the world has recounted amazing results in its simple healing of baffling health problems
Cayenne pepper is used in sauces, spicy bean mixtures and in meat marinades. Cayenne is also found in a great number of curries and in other Indian dishes. Cayenne pepper is often added to cheese or egg dishes for a hint exotic spice and can often turn plain dishes into hot and exciting dishes.
- Use in meat marinades and rubs particularly for chicken and fish.
- Use in flour and breadcrumb mixtures for fried foods.
- Use as a substitute for black pepper and keep on the dining room table.
- Add to dips such as guacamole or hummus.
- Sprinkle into omelette mixtures, especially cheese omelette.
- Add to homemade burger mixtures.
- Sprinkle cayenne over a tomato and onion salad.
- Add to bean and pulse dishes.
- Add a pinch of cayenne to hot chocolate.
- Add to homemade curries, stews and casseroles.
- Add cayenne pepper when cooking seafood and fish, in particular all types of shellfish plus salmon and trout.
- Add to egg mayonnaise for a salad or sandwiches.
- Add to macaroni or cauliflower cheese.
- Use to make cheese straws and cheese scones.
- Add to spicy biscuit mixtures.
- Add to chilli con carne or other dishes that use chilli
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After 15+ years in the food business supplying both the public and business alike we have learnt a thing or two, we only sell products we can personally endorse – everything we list we use ourselves at home (and are happy to share recipes with you all).