The black peppercorn is the flowering fruit of the pepper plant, or piper nigrun, which can grow up to 33 feet in hot tropical climates. The sun-drying process transforms their unripened bright green exterior to tiny black, wrinkly spheres.
- An essential part of most indian cooking for rice, curry and vegetable dishes
- Coarse black pepper is ready to use. Elevate dishes with black pepper’s piquant flavour and pungent aroma.
- Be warned! If inhaled course black pepper often causes sneezing!