Difference between revisions of "Kitchen pepper"

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|ImageComment = Spices with a smile!
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  |Servings = Servings: 12 - Makes a small jar of kitchen [[Pepper|pepper]]
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Kitchen pepper
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Surprisingly good


It packs quite a punch too!

Spices with a smile!
Servings:Servings: 1 - Makes a small jar of kitchen pepper
Calories per serving:12
Ready in:10 minutes
Prep. time:10 minutes
Cook time:None
Difficulty:Average difficulty
Recipe author:Chef
First published:25th October 2012

You may see this mentioned in some historic recipe books. Use to dust parsnips and carrots before roasting them.

Also good in bean stews and casseroles.


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  1. Cover the nutmegs with a strong tea-towel and smash with a rolling pin
  2. Add all the spices and the nutmeg shards to a coffee grinder and reduce to a powder
  3. Store in an airtight container for up to 4 months

Chef's notes

If you cannot get anise, use an equivalent amount of anise-like spices such as fennel, star-anise, aniseed myrtle, etc.

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