Oncu Mild Pepper Paste (Tatli Biber Salcasi) 360g
Pepper paste, known as "Biber Salcasi" in Turkish cuisine, is a beloved and essential ingredient that adds depth and flavour to a wide array of dishes. Oncu's Mild Pepper Paste in a convenient 360-gram jar is a testament to the rich culinary heritage of Turkey, offering a versatile and flavourful way to enjoy the mild and slightly sweet taste of pepper paste in your cooking. This Turkish grocery product is a kitchen essential that allows you to infuse your dishes with the authentic flavours of Turkish cuisine.
Oncu Mild Pepper Paste 360g
Oncu's Mild Pepper Paste is a celebration of quality and tradition. Made from carefully selected sweet red peppers that are expertly processed and concentrated, this paste captures the essence of ripe peppers in every spoonful. Its mild and slightly sweet flavour profile makes it an ideal choice for those who prefer a gentle kick of pepper without overwhelming heat. Whether you use it as a base for classic Turkish dishes like "muhammara" or "ezme," as a flavour enhancer in soups and stews, or as a condiment to spice up your sandwiches and grilled meats, this pepper paste brings a taste of Turkish tradition to your culinary creations. Its rich colour and bold pepper flavour make it a versatile and indispensable ingredient for both Turkish cuisine enthusiasts and those looking to explore new flavours, allowing you to effortlessly elevate the taste of your favourite recipes. What sets Oncu's Mild Pepper Paste apart is its quality and convenience. The 360-gram jar ensures you have plenty of pepper paste to experiment with various recipes, from traditional Turkish mezes to contemporary fusion dishes. With Oncu Mild Pepper Paste 360g, you have a flavourful and ready-to-use solution at your fingertips, making it easier than ever to add the authentic taste of Turkish grocery pepper paste to your cooking. So why not keep a jar of this exceptional pepper paste in your kitchen and embark on a culinary journey that celebrates the rich flavours of Turkish tradition?