Description it is the king spice. pepper appears first as a berry and then grows darker as if dries out. It has a strong flavour. It is small in size packed with various health benefits.
Benefits used in ancient Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years due to its high concentration of potent, beneficial plant compounds.
Black pepper is rich in a potent antioxidant called piperine. It is anti-inflammatory and antibacterial in nature. Known to help fight cold , cough and respiratory infections. It also aids in stimulation of digestion.
Use usually as a garnish along with salt. It enhances taste along with other spices. Can be used in soups , marinades , dressings and pretty much over anything you would like to add a flavourful touch.The use of black pepper in food is limitless. Pongal, a breakfast food in South India, contains whole black peppercorns, which adds a delicious fieriness to the dish. Rasam with whole peppers is not only tasty, but is also cure cold and blocked nasal passages. Used In salads, sunny side-ups, and soups, to pastas, and even buttermilk.