The fully ripened pepper berry in which the dark outer shell is removed before the berry is ground. White pepper offers a somewhat different flavor than black pepper. White Ground Pepper is slightly more granular in form than wheat flour.
Use when making white sauces, sausage gravy, fettuccini alfredo, dips, cream soups, egg dishes or any other light colored foods. Perfect for mayonnaise blends, egg noodles, rice or mashed potatoes.
Best used for cooking purposes; white pepper is not an appropriate table-top seasoning. To get the most flavor from this pepper, add at the end of the cooking process. Use a dash or two per serving.