Timut Pepper of Nepal looks similar to Sichuan berries (same botanical name: Zanthoxylum) but is smaller and darker. A cousin that besides the look has nothing to compare with it.
This rare pepper enhances fragrances of citrus and lemon notes, giving exoticism and freshness to your dish.
Hot but not spicy, electric and fresh with a strong fragrance of grapefruit. It is the perfect secret ingredient!
This pepper enhances and bring freshness to white meats (like pork and chicken), and more particularly duck.
It is delicious with crawfish, lobster, white flesh fish, molluscs, and scallops.
It is also divinely good to accompany desserts because of its citrus and tutti fruity notes. We suggest you associate it with chocolate, a frozen dessert as ice-cream or a fruit salad.
Case: 12 / 7 oz (pouch)
Size (in): 10'' x 11.6'' x 10''
GW (lbs): 6.6