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White Pepper

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White pepper, also called white peppercorns, is made from the dried berries of pepper plants. It possesses a barnyard-like aroma with a musty, grassy, earthy, less complex flavor. The spiciness of hot and sour soup comes mostly from white peppercorns.

Even though it is not as popular as black pepper it has a lot of minerals and vitamins like fiber, calcium, potassium, and can be used in various recipes. Indians often use pepper powder to spice up white, cream-based curries and gravies. Season your salads and raita recipes with a pinch of white pepper powder.

White pepper can be added to fresh fruit slices along with other seasonings. Add it to your biscuit batter for a sweet-spicy taste.

Nutritional Facts

Serving Size 100g
Energy 296 Kcal
Protein 10.4 g
Total Lipid (Fat) 2.12 g
Carbohydrate 68.6 g
Fiber 26.2 g
Calcium 265 mg
Iron 14.3 mg
Phosphorus 176 mg
Magnesium 90 mg
Potassium 73 mg
Sodium 5 mg
Manganese 4.3 mg
selenium 3.1 µg
Vitamin C 21 mg

Health Benefits:

  • Consuming white pepper can enhance hydrochloric acid secretion in your stomach, thereby decreasing intestinal gas and improving digestion.
  • Manganese present in the white pepper may help strengthen bone health, metabolism, and wound healing.
  • The diuretic and diaphoretic properties of pepper may promote urination and sweating.
  • Piperine, an active compound present in white pepper, may improve breathing, reduce pain and inflammation, improve brain function, and reduce depression.
  • The antibacterial properties of pepper can fight pathogens such as staphylococcus, and E.coli.
  • Pepper may help control blood sugar levels, help absorb nutrients and promote gut health, decrease bad cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart diseases.


Incorporate white pepper into your hot beverages such as tea, coffee, or spice milk and avail yourself the health benefits.

Mix it while cooking spicy dishes or sprinkle it on top of your salads, for a truly unmatched, spicy experience. Use it to enhance the taste and aroma of your authentic Indian pulao or biryani, fried rice.

It is often found in pies, cream-based soups, mayonnaise, cheese-based dishes, and white sauces. It can be added to snacks and noodles for a spicy touch.

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