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Flavored pepper, like flavored salts, has become increasingly popular in culinary circles as chefs and home cooks seek to add depth and complexity to their dishes. Flavored pepper typically involves infusing peppercorns with various herbs, spices, and aromatics to create unique and nuanced flavor profiles.  Peppers our grown throughout the United States, Bear Creek Rub’s pepper typically comes from the California area.

Flavored Pepper:

  1. Garlic Pepper: Garlic-infused pepper adds a savory depth to dishes and is versatile enough to complement a wide range of foods, including meats, vegetables, and pasta dishes.

  2. Lemon Pepper: Lemon-infused pepper offers a bright and zesty flavor that pairs beautifully with seafood, chicken, salads, and vegetable dishes.

  3. Pepper Blends: Blends of different peppercorn varieties, such as black, white, green, and pink, mixed with herbs like thyme, rosemary, or basil, create complex flavor profiles suitable for various cuisines and dishes.

  4. Spicy Peppers: Peppercorns infused with spicy elements like chili peppers add heat and depth to dishes like soups, stews, and grilled meats.

  5. Usage:

  • Flavored pepper can be used in the same way as regular pepper, adding flavor and heat to dishes during cooking or as a finishing touch. It's versatile and can be used in everything from marinades and rubs to sauces, dressings, and sprinkled over finished dishes for added flavor and visual appeal.

  1. Pairing:

  • Flavored pepper pairs well with a wide range of foods, including meats, poultry, seafood, vegetables, salads, and pasta dishes. The choice of flavored pepper depends on the dish and personal taste preferences. For example, lemon pepper might complement grilled fish, while garlic pepper could enhance the flavor of roasted vegetables or steak.

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