Dried Chilli Pepper Cream • Small jar
Serpentine pepper 30%, Sciuscillone pepper 70%, water, lemon juice, salt
The Serpentine is an approximately 14 cm long, tapering hot pepper. It can be eaten fresh, dried or processed. Its name is derived from its resemblance to a small snake.
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Origin and history of the serpentine chilli
The Serpentine Chilli is native to Mexico and the Americas and later spread throughout the world due to its heat and unique flavour. Its cultivation has ancient roots, dating back to the ancient Maya and Aztecs. Dried chilli cream is therefore a true culinary tradition worth preserving and developing. Using them in the kitchen means immersing yourself in thousands of years of history and savouring authentic and unforgettable flavours.
The health benefits of using Serpentine Pepper
There are many health benefits to using dried serpentine chillies. Let's look at them together:
- Chilli peppers are known to contain capsaicin, a compound that can help reduce pain and inflammation.
- Capsaicin can also help improve blood circulation and reduce the risk of heart disease.
- Hot chilli cream can also help improve digestion and reduce symptoms of conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome.
Overall, using this hot cream can lead to improvements in digestive and cardiovascular health.
Perfect combinations for Serpentine Pepper Hot Cream
Dried Chilli Hot Cream is an ingredient that can add a touch of spice to many culinary preparations. Perfect combinations include pasta, especially pasta with tomato or vegetable sauces, but also white and red meats. If you like exotic flavours, try spicy cream in Asian or Mexican recipes. In any case, remember to use just the right amount of chilli cream so as not to overpower the other flavours of the ingredients and to enjoy its spicy taste to the full.