White pepper is a common seasoning used in Chinese cuisine. White pepper is known for its sharp bite and is used to add extra flavor to Chinese soups, marinades for meat and poultry, and spicier stir-frys. It's also used in white sauces and dishes such as potatoes where the color of black pepper would detract from the appearance of the dish.
How White Pepper is Produced
Like black pepper, white pepper comes from the dried berries of the pepper plant, piper nigrum. White pepper is made by removing, the outer skin of the ripe pepper berries. Ripe pepper berries are soaked in water and the the endocarp of the corns are washed away before the seed is dried. To make black pepper, pepper berries are picked and then they are dried, which blackens the skin and adds flavor elements.
White pepper is made from fully ripe pepper berries. They are soaked in water for about 10 days, leading to fermentation of the outer skin. Then their skins are removed, which also removes some of the hot piperine compound, as well as volatile oils and compounds that give black pepper its aroma. As a result, white pepper has a different flavor and heat component than black pepper.
White Pepper Is Different
White pepper is considered as being spicier and fruitier than black pepper, but less complex. White pepper should be added after the dish has been cooked, as overheating can release a bitter flavor. In any recipe where white pepper is used because the food is white or light colored, the swap with black pepper will clearly be noticeable
Packaging and Pricing
We supply our White pepper in food grade tamper proof bags of 250 grams net at an attractive introductory offer price of Rs 600. No shipping charges for orders delivered in India. It will be shipped through India Post Parcel.
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