White Pepper مرچ سفید
White pepper is produced by removing the outer layer from black pepper which is obtained from pepper plant. The pepper plant is native to India and Indonesia. Once the black peppercorns are almost ripe and sun-dried, the outer layer is removed leaving only the inner seed which is white in color.
White peppercorns are less pungent, smaller in size, have a smoother skin and a light tan color with a mild flavor. The taste of white pepper is hotter than black pepper. White pepper turns stale faster than black pepper.
White pepper is mostly used in light-colored dishes like white sauces and mashed potatoes for aesthetic reason. It is also common in Chinese cooking, and is also used in aromatic Vietnamese soups and pork dishes, as well as in many Swedish preparations.
It can be sprinkled over eggs and a variety of cheeses for additional flavoring. It combines very well with salads, cold cuts, sandwiches, balsamic tomatoes and is mostly used as a flavoring agent.
White pepper, or in fact all peppers contain capsaicin, a hot substance which generates heat. This fundamental property of pepper is utilized by using it in pain relieving gels and sprays. Under the impact of capsaicin, one feels the heat being generated in the affected area, due to which pain, resulting from spasms or sprains tends to lessen.
The capsaicin in the pepper also has anti-inflammatory properties. It is, therefore, extremely beneficial for all those who have arthritis and suffer from muscular swelling and pain.
Due to the presence of capsaicin, pepper helps in burning the fats inside the body and thus helps in losing weight.
White pepper is also quite helpful in treating headaches. A pain in the head develops when the neuropeptide, substance P transmits pain to the brain.
White pepper powder with a little bit of raw honey to seek relief. Raw honey and white pepper combine to have antibiotic properties and also generate heat. Thus, they provide relief from cough and cold easily.
The heat generated by white pepper can help one clear the nasal tract and relieve nasal congestion.
Consumption of white pepper can kill the ulcer-causing bacteria in stomach and intestines. Therefore, it is helpful in preventing stomach ailments such as ulcers and stomach ache.
White pepper is rich in flavonoids, and vitamins C and A, it is quite helpful in keeping the blood pressure under control. Individuals having high blood pressure and other related issues must consider including white pepper in their daily diet.
A unique feature of white pepper is that due to its heat generating properties, it causes one to sweat a lot, leading to the expulsion of excess fluids from the body. Here is a fact that too many fluids in the body, especially around the heart, can put a strain on the heart and affect its functioning adversely
White pepper is responsible for its anti-oxidant properties. This makes white pepper a potential fighter against the organisms that might enter the body and harm the cells in it.
White pepper is that it stimulates the taste buds to send a signal to the stomach to secrete hydrochloric acid.
White pepper is rich in flavonoids, and Vitamins A, K, and C. It contains a large quantity of manganese, iron, and dietary fibers and thus ensures a healthy supply of minerals to the body.
|Total Fat 3.3 g||5%|
|Saturated fat 1.4 g||7%|
|Polyunsaturated fat 1 g|
|Monounsaturated fat 0.7 g|
|Trans fat 0 g|
|Cholesterol 0 mg||0%|
|Sodium 20 mg||0%|
|Potassium 1,329 mg||37%|
|Total Carbohydrate 64 g||21%|
|Dietary fiber 25 g||100%|
|Sugar 0.6 g|
|Protein 10 g||20%|
|Vitamin A||10%||Vitamin C||0%|
|Vitamin D||0%||Vitamin B-6||15%|