These Kampot Red Peppers are dried and ready to use
This long red pepper variety can be ground into a seasoning for both sweet and savory dishes.
Enjoy Kampot peppers in meat dishes, salads, desserts, and even hot sauces.
Red Long Pepper is a type of chili pepper vine native to the island of Java. Cultivated in Kampot, Cambodia, this red pepper is harvested only when fully ripe. It is then dried, so you can grind it to season a variety of dishes, from salads to meats to desserts. Add these deep red peppers to a gift basket for anyone who enjoys cooking with unique ingredients.
La Plantation Long Kampot Red Pepper has a zesty, gingerbread-like taste that gets spicier the longer it is in the mouth. This type of whole pepper can also be used to infuse flavor into slow-cook recipes, such as stews and marinades.
Try adding a dash of these hot peppers to a variety of savory recipes, including rice dishes, pasta sauces, curries, and seafood dishes. Use ground Kampot peppers as a topping for chocolate ice cream or a slice of cheesecake. Or enjoy these hot peppers as an ingredient in a bold cocktail recipe such as a spicy Bloody Mary, Moscow Mule, or Margarita.
100% Red Long Pepper
Product of Cambodia