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All about Cayenne
Hot, hot, hot! You may want to add cayenne gradually to your recipe, as these ground organic red chili peppers can have more heat than you expect!
African - Originally cultivated in the Cayenne district of French Guiana, cayenne peppers are commercially cultivated all over the world with Mexico, China and East African being leading producers. You will find cayenne in many East African curry based stews.
Cajun & Creole - Cayenne is a key ingredient in Cajun Spice blends, and used liberally in Jambalaya.
Mexican - Cayenne pepper is probably most well known for its role in Mexican cooking – in spicy sauces, meat marinades, and in enchiladas, tacos and fajitas.
Spanish - While not used heavy-handedly in Spanish cooking, cayenne is an essential ingredient in paella, and lends its red color to Spanish rice and many other recipes.
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red pepper flakes
4 drops hot pepper sauce = 1/8 tsp cayenne
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