How to Cook with Whole Green Peppercorns:
- great in sauces with red meat like steak or pork, and even shrimp and salmon dish
- key ingredient in many French dishes such as pâtés, green pepper sauce, and flavored mustards
- use as a condiment or garnish to any of your dishes as you would a black pepper to enhance flavor
- add zesty, tangy, or peppery in potato salads, salad dressings, spreads, or pasta added whole or chopped
Green Peppercorn Steak
250 g pork steak
200 g pineapple in can
1/2 glass of water
2 tbsp crème fraiche
2 tablespoons drained green peppercorns in brine
Salt and pepper
Peel, mince onions, and cook in a non-stick frying pan without oil.
Add the pork steak. Cook until brown on all sides then lower the heat.
Add the water and simmer for about 15 minutes.
Drain the pineapple then add with the cooking steak.
Toss in the cream.
Continue cooking for a few minutes.
Season with green peppercorn, salt, and pepper.
Serve and enjoy!
Green peppercorns, water, salt
Green peppercorns provide a variety of health benefits similar to black ones. It contains piperine, vitamins, and minerals. They are particularly a good source of vitamins C and K and a source of iron and calcium. They also contain antioxidants that help fight off toxins in the body.
Adding green peppercorns in your meals, thus in your diet may prove to be beneficial as they help in soothing intestinal ailments and digestion, reducing gas in particular. They are said to also have antimicrobial properties, which help in eliminating bacteria from the body.
Storage: Upon opening, store in a sealed glass container in the refrigerator.
Shelf Life: 3 years