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The scent of red peppers hanging from the balconies to be dried in the autumn surrounds you. This smell and flavor reminds you again and again that you are in a friendly geography. Green Life Red Pepper definitely finds a place for itself on Mediterranean tables, next to salt and pepper. It is customary to sprinkle a large pinch on top of soup, meat, juicy vegetable dishes, and even salad. Red pepper was brought to Spain after the discovery of its homeland of America, and from there it spread to Europe, the Middle East, China and Central Asia. Hungary and Spain are the biggest red pepper producers in Europe. In the West and other parts of the world, they mostly consume red pepper in the form of powdered pepper. In Turkish cuisine, dried red peppers are ground in different finenesses and turned into chili peppers and powdered peppers. The pride of Maraş and Urfa, chili pepper and isot are among the spices that are now known and frequently preferred in European cuisines with their soft taste and original aroma that do not suppress the flavor of the dishes.
Green Life Red Pepper can be preferred to decorate dishes, to give visual beauty and to add flavor. It adds elegance to the soup, adds flavor to the pastries, perfects the dishes such as local kebabs, raw meatballs, and has been used to strengthen the taste in tomato paste and pickle making.
Contains red pepper.
May contain traces of gluten, dairy, egg, mustard, soy, sesame, pine nuts and celery.
Store in a cool, dry, odorless and light-free environment.