Also called fake Peruvian pepper, it is the berry pink coloured ,with a taste similar to that of pepper, fruit of an evergreen tree native to Latin America, the Schinus.
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Suggestions: It tastes more delicate and sweeter than the true pepper, spicy aroma with notes Frutatte. For its color and brillnate load is much used in cooking whole or slightly crushed to give elegance and vivacity to dishes, especially fish carpaccio, grilled meats, rice dishes and desserts
Ingredients: Pink pepper in grains
Cross Contamination: Cereals, Peanuts, soybeans, dried nuts, celery, sesame seeds, mustard, dairy products, sulfites (present in raw materials such as garlic and onion)
Best before: 18 months from packaging
Store in a cool, dry place away from heat and direct light
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