Pepper Jamaica grain
This delicious spice comes from Jamaica and its English name is "allspice" because it recalls a mixture of three spices: cinnamon, nutmeg and clove. Although it is called pepper, it is not spicy, but provides a subtle sweet touch, although its berries are reminiscent of those of the peppers we know as traditional.
Pepper of Jamaica is the incredible fruit of a plant found in the Pimienta dioica tree, originally from Mexico, Guatemala, Cuba and Jamaica. It has an unmistakably delicious aroma and fresh smell.
Characteristics of Jamaican Pepper
Among its characteristics and thanks to the concentrations of eugenol in its plant, Jamaica pepper is considered a local antiseptic, analgesic and for the relief of gastrointestinal discomfort.
Uses of Jamaican Pepper
Jamaican pepper is one of the most characteristic ingredients of Caribbean cuisine. Unlike the real peppers, the Jamaican pepper is named only for its appearance but not for its flavor because it is not spicy but provides touches reminiscent of spices such as cloves, nutmeg and cinnamon. It is ideal for making sauces, seasoning stews and traditional American barbecue dishes being one of the typical ingredients in the barbecue sauces that we find elaborated.
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