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Pili-Pili Bird Pepper - Max Daumin

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Presentation of the Pili-Pili Bird Pepper - Max Daumin

Named Pili-pili or bird's eye pepper , this little pepper will not leave you indifferent. He is very small but strong. With a strength of 8 on the Scoville scale, it is a powerful and scorching pepper. It also brings powerful, fruity aromatic notes. It is planted especially for you in Manakara in Madagascar and is certified organic. Bird's eye pepper, like all peppers, is an antioxidant, painkiller and is rich in vitamin C.

BRAND HISTORY

Max Daumin has always appreciated nature, plants and the use that we can make of them in terms of gastronomy! Naturally curious, he is constantly ready to explore new flavors, scents and aromas. Having inherited the passion for spices from his mother, born in Madagascar, Max decided to reproduce the use she made of it: always use a freshly ground spice for an explosion of flavors.

All the delicious aromas of spices fade and degrade quickly once ground, so Max Daumin had the idea of ​​storing freshly ground spices in small cartons to preserve their delicious scents from light, air and humidity. humidity. Simply for the taste: Independent sensory analysis demonstrates the taste superiority thanks to the berlingot compared to traditional packaging (glass jar, tinplate):

- for olfactory perceptions: + 56% at 2 months, + 72% at 6 months

- for taste perceptions of: + 44% at 2 months, + 59% at 6 months

RECIPES

Directly in your dishes during cooking, it will spice up your recipes. In oil, which can be used for marinades or cooking and finally as a pepper, to be used when serving to spice up your plate. Bird's eye chili or Pili-pili goes with everything (meat, fish, vegetables, legumes, starchy foods, cheeses, desserts). If you want to reduce the potency of this pepper, cook it by removing the seeds or even the white veins inside the pepper. You have a little less vigor. In fact, it is the seeds and these veins which concentrate the capsaicin which gives this feeling of heat.

INGREDIENTS AND PACKAGING

Bird pepper

30g bag

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