A blend of strongly flavored spices popular cooking that are ground into a finely powdered substance. A basic curry powder blend may consist of an assortment of spices such as cinnamon, cumin, chiles, cloves, ginger, turmeric, coriander, and pepper
Content: 50 gr / 1.76 oz
A blend of strongly flavored spices popular cooking that is ground into a finely powdered substance. Basic curry powder blend may consist of an assortment of spices such as cinnamon, cumin, cloves, ginger, turmeric, coriander, and pepper.
Yellow pepperYellow pepper
Peso neto del frasco : 2.46 oz
Pimiento amarillo, ají amarillo joven son verdes, se vuelven amarillos y luego anaranjados una vez que maduran, momento en el que están listos para usar El ají amarillo es el ingrediente clave en los clásicos peruanos como causa rellena, ají de gallina , escabeche, cau cau y papa a la huancaína
Garlic salt powderGarlic salt powder
Content: 50 gr / 1.76 oz
In Arequipa, fresh garlic is subject to drying or “curing” operations to transform it into semi-dry or dry. After this process garlic and salt are ground. Peruvian garlic is famous for being tastier and with intense flavor than any other garlic.
Net Weight: 70 gr / 2.46 oz
Batán turmeric tastes slightly sweet; sometimes it is a little bitter and spicy. In Peruvian gastronomy is well appreciated to dye beverages, rice, pasta, and meat. Sometimes it is used to dye textiles too.
Arequipa is the second largest oregano producer in Peru. Our oregano is dried in the sun and then ground. It is excellent for marinating and highlights the flavor of fish and white meats combine very well with tomato salads and garlic.
White PepperWhite Pepper
Peruvian pepper is softer and earthy than black pepper; give your meals a spicy touch. That light flavor combines perfectly with chicken, fish, potatoes, vegetables, and pickles. White pepper color is suitable for seasoning mayonnaise and sauces.
Non-hit chili pepperNon-hit chili pepper
Non-hit chili pepper It is a mix of red chili pepper, annatto, salt, and many other spices to obtain a particular flavor for Peruvian dishes. Enjoy adobos and escabeches, as well seasoning seafood such as parihuelas and chupes.
Hot chili pepperHot chili pepper
Hot chili pepper Rocoto grows at higher elevations than other Peruvian peppers, making it popular in the Andean highlands and in Arequipa, a city famous for the rocoto’s signature dish.
Black PepperBlack Pepper
Peruvian black pepper is recognized for its spicy, fragrant and well-marked flavor. This fruit is collected when it has a yellowish-green color if it is desired to obtain black pepper, then it is dry in the sun and finally ground.