- French. See pimento. (Wiktionary)
“Also called pimentón, it's very much in vogue these days among the foodies, which is understandable because it's the simplest way conceivable to bring a rich, smoky Spanish flavor profile to your palate.”
“* including allspice, which is sold in the Netherlands as "piment”
“Smoke-dried over local oak in La Vera, Spain, piment ó n is often called "vegetarian bacon" by chefs.”
“Marash, Aleppo and other Turkish peppers also sold at specialty food stores can be replaced with piment d'espelette or even paprika.”
“Add tomatoes, bay leaves, wine, stock and piment d'espelette.”
“Mélangez-les avec l'aneth ciselé, le piment et l'huile d'olive.”
“For example, this morning's Chowhound recipe newsletter showcased chicken Basquaise, a one-pot dish that looks pretty good and easy, and that gets its Basquiness from spice-of-the-moment, piment d'Espelette.”
“I'm imagining it toasted with loads of butter and jam ... or vegetarian mushroom pate ... or cheese and piment d'espelette ... can you ship me some over night?”
“Before and after: Roasted cauliflower with Sel de Guérande and piment d'Espelette”
“I've been roasting cauliflower for a while now, but never with piment d'espelette - thanks for the tip!”
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