Black Pepper Cracked has a much coarser texture, composed as it is of peppercorn chunks and much finer pepper grounds. Ground pepper, on the other hand, has a fine, consistent texture throughout your dish.
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|Cracked Black Pepper
|Single Herbs & Spices
|Place of Origin
|0,2% max; Free from dust, no extraneous matters
|In PP/ PE/ Kraft bags or buyer’s option
|16 MTS/20FT, 27 MTS/40FT
|Free or Available
|T/T, D/P, L/C
1. Cracked vs Ground Pepper Comparison
|Role in a dish
|Fine, consistent, and typically unnoticeable in your meal – you will almost exclusively notice the flavor of ground pepper, not its texture.
|Mildly spicy – this will accentuate other flavors typically without dominating them.
|Supportive. Ground pepper exists to color other spices, not to take center stage itself.
|Coarse and inconsistent – elements of the disappearing fine grind, but now with fragments of peppercorn scattered throughout that add crunch and an explosion of flavor.
|Bold, intense, and aggressive. Cracked pepper will almost invariably be noticeable in your dish, and in a good way.
|A prominent role. If you include cracked pepper in your dish, get ready to experience how it plays off the other flavors. Its intensity is delightfully hard to ignore.
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