4 simple recipes with Timut pepper
Today, we are honoring Timut pepper , we love it for its citrus scent with notes of grapefruit and passion! Originally from the highlands of Nepal, this berry is part of the Zanthoxylum botanical family.
Timut pepper goes perfectly with seafood such as white fish, but also with white meats such as pork or lamb. It is ideal in desserts and fruits.
- A sparkling water flavored with grapefruit
Timut pepper is an ally of bartenders and mixologists, who enjoy using it in their cocktails. Here we offer you a refreshing use of this pepper.
To flavor your sparkling water with Timut pepper, nothing could be simpler! All you have to do is infuse just one grain of Timut in a bottle of sparkling water that you keep in the fridge overnight. The next day, you can drink your water, flavored with grapefruit pepper!
- An original glass of champagne
Who hasn't already wanted to surprise their guests with a spicy aperitif?
It is quite possible to flavor your glasses of champagne by placing a grain of Timut in each glass at the time of service. You can also steep a bean directly in the bottle.
- Top notch sushi and sashimi
One of Timut pepper's best friends is fish. Especially raw fish, such as sushi and sashimi. So why deprive yourself of it? Nothing like a spin on your sushi and that's just what it takes. Think about it the next time you order Japanese 😉
- A multi-fruit carpaccio
There's nothing like thinly sliced fresh fruit to lightly end a meal. To make this carpaccio, you need exotic fruits such as pineapple and mango. Cut the fruit into thin slices and arrange them in a large dish or plate. Crush a few Timut peppercorns using a mortar. Sprinkle the crushed Timut directly on your fruit. A delight !
Nota Bene : You have to be careful not to have a heavy hand with Timut pepper which is very aromatic and whose flavors quickly take over your dishes.