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Add flavor to any dish with Cayenne Pepper!

Cayenne Pepper has little aroma, but it is extremely hot to taste. Cayenne Peppers were grown for thousands of years in the West Indies and Central and South America. Spanish explorers looking for black pepper misnamed them as pepper, and introduced them to the rest of the world.

Cayenne Pepper is made from the dried pods of pungent chili peppers, harvested in Central and South America and the west Indies. This fiery spice adds flair to dishes from Asia, the Americas, and the Middle East. Cayenne Pepper is traditionally used in Mexican and Italian cooking.

Try adding Cayenne Pepper to salsa, avocado dip, taco, and enchilada sauces for extra zesty flavor. You can heat up a barbecue sauce or meat marinade with a shake of Cayenne Pepper. Spice up your tartar sauce or vegetable dips and dressings with a pinch of Cayenne Pepper. You can make South of the Border omelets with tomatoes, onions, peppers, and a pinch of Cayenne Pepper added to the eggs.

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