How to use wild black pepper from Madagascar ?
Madagascan wild black pepper also known as Voatsiperifery pepper is one of an exceptional variety of peppers. Rustic and above all very fragrant, it is easily recognizable thanks to its small tail, but before it reaches your plate it goes through a long process and its harvest is an obstacle course.
Indeed, farmers climb tall lianas that can reach up to 30 m in height, in the heart of the forest of Madagascar, to pick these small seeds by hand. This already explains the value and especially the flavors that wild pepper has.
In our article this month, Sambavanilla advises you on how to use wild black pepper wisely in cooking to get the most out of it.
For those who do not yet know the wild black pepper from Madagascar, the very first experience is a journey that is both olfactory and tasteful. Believe us, it has nothing to do with the black pepper we eat every day. Far from the spiciness to which we are accustomed, wild pepper brings freshness and sweetness to your dishes.
For a first culinary experience, you can cook wild pepper with white meat, fish, fruit and of course the essential chocolate. All you need to do is at the end of cooking or preparation, crush the seeds in a mortar and sprinkle it on your dish. To bring out the taste of this spice even more, add the crushed seeds to the sauce and let simmer for a few minutes.
You will find this fabulous spice in our online store. Sambavanilla offers you the wild white pepper and the wild black pepper Voatsiperifery. Its very lively fragrance with woody notes of citrus fruits and wild flowers will sublimate your dishes and make your taste buds travel.