|Description||Finca La Barca Hot Smoked Paprika Tin 750g Made in Spain||Cayenne Pepper Powder 500gm
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Contains 500gm x 3 Pieces
Hygienically packed in 500gm bags, well labelled and has all KEBS standards. Produce of Kenya||Cinnamon Powder 500gm
Contains 500gm x 3 pieces Produced in Kenya|
|Content||This can is ideal for getting to know the peculiarities of La Vera Picante Smoked Pepper. We recommend it as a gift for your well-known connoisseurs of good cuisine.
Gluten Free | New | Protected Designation of Origin|
Product Description La Vera Picante Smoked Pepper is made from freshly picked peppers that have been smoked for 15 days in oak wood. The result is an intensely smoked, spicy pepper, essential for authentic Spanish recipes like paella, tortillas, stews and sauces.
Ingredients: Smoked paprika (100%).
Storage: Keep in a cool and dry place, away from direct light.
|Use a bit of powdered cayenne in stews, chilis, and soups. Add powdered or chopped fresh cayenne to baked goods like cornbread and chocolate cake. Mix a bit of powdered cayenne into egg dishes, such as frittatas and omelets. Sprinkle a bit of powdered cayenne in your hot chocolate for a spicy twist.||Mona Lisa UHT Vegetable Liquid cream is the Perfect cream to make a Whipped cream with a firm hold and a long shelf life. Lactose and Gluten free, it's perfect for design and number cakes.||Premium spice - authentic flavor.||Cinnamon is rich in antioxidants and other beneficial compounds. Some research suggests that it may help support blood sugar control, protect against heart disease, and reduce inflammation. Cinnamon is a spice that has been prized for its medicinal properties for thousands of years.
Cinnamon powder is commonly added to toast and baked into pastries, but there are numerous other delicious ways to incorporate cinnamon into your diet. Many ethnic cuisines including Indian, Mexican, Middle Eastern, and North African use cinnamon as a primary spice in savory dishes.|