100% Organic | Natural farming | Phu Quoc Pepper | Spices Vietnam | Sustainable farming | Agri-food
Talking about red peppercorn, people will assume it’s Pink or Rose peppercorn. The fact that it’s still the green peppercorn that is left on the plant until it’s fully ripe. The reason why red peppercorn is so rare to harvest or export is because they are dry up fast and develop a black coat.
Red peppercorn has a signature fruity and floral aroma. It’s also the best for garnishing.
Consistently earned 5⭐, guaranteed return, shipped on time, certified by CHUS
Why we CHUS it
Brand & Producer
- Sustainable farming
- Support Vietnamese agri-food industry
- 100% organic peppercorns
- Hand picked local suppliers
- Weight: 100gr
- Ingredients: 100% dried red peppercorn
- Flavors: Fruity & floral note
Homemade Salmon Papillote With Red & Sichuan Peppercorn
+ 5 fillets of fresh salmon
+ Fresh grated ginger
+ 3 tsp red pepper powder
+ 1/2 limes – freshly juiced
+ Sichuan Pepper
+ 1/2 tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil
+ 5 sprigs fresh dill
+ 5 tsp thick cream
+ Fleur de Sel
+ 1 tsp fresh Chives cut in small pieces
+ Put salmon on the aluminum (clean all the bones if you prefer to take the skin) and season with a pinch of salt, Sichuan pepper, lime juice, and grated ginger.
+ Pre-heat with 350 degrees F.
+ Take it out, add some olive oil and red peppercorn to the salmon then wrap it up. Bake in the oven for around 10 minutes.
+ Bake in the oven for around 10 minutes, depending on how thick the fish fillets are.
+ Serve and garnish fillets with some chopped chives, thick cream and Fleur de Sel.
1. Red peppercorn bag
2. Mill grinder
About The Hồ Tiêu
Lora Le is a chef who has the extraordinary gift of taste. Her childhood was spent in and around peppercorn farms as her hometown is famous for pepper farming in Vietnam
But as times changed peppercorns became Vietnam’s leading cash crop. This led to globalization in the pepper farming industry and small scale farmers suffered. This is when Lora Le decided to establish The Ho Tieu to protect small scale farmers.
The Ho Tieu aims to produce 100% organic in a sustainable direction from cultivation to finished products. It not only protects the environment but also supports the development of local communities. Moreover, bringing a better future for the Vietnamese pepper industry.