In Africa, bird peppers are collectively referred to as pili pili (can also be spelled peri peri, or piri piri), and the ground fruits are common seasoning for roasted fish and meat. African bird pepper is also popular in Vietnamese, Thai, Indonesian, and Filipino cuisines, where it is frequently used to add fiery heat to sweet and sour dishes, curries and flavored vinegars.
Flavor & Pairing: Pungent flavor that pairs well with onions and garlic while complementing cinnamon, allspice and cumin
Culinary Uses: Soups, sauces, dips, marinades and rubs.
The name allspice is well suited for the spice that resembles the aroma and taste...
Anchos are the sweetest of all dried chiles. Ancho Chili is often used in authentic...
Anise is a member of the Apiaceae family, which also include cumin, fennel, carrot, dill,...