Selim Pepper at Kilo
Selim Pepper at Kilo
Selim Pepper at Kilo
Selim Pepper at Kilo
Selim Pepper at Kilo
Selim Pepper at Kilo

Selim Pepper at Kilo

Buy Selim berries by the kilo at Comptoir de Toamasina. You are an individual looking for the magnificent Selim Bay. We offer packaging per kilo for amateurs and professionals of gastronomy to buy Selim berries at the best price per kilo. Discover our Selim pepper mill and our rechargeable pepper mills.

  • Pepper Potency: 5/10
  • Main notes: Licorice and black pepper
  • Origin: Cameroon

This Selim berry from Cameroon is a tropical berry that will take your taste buds on a journey to the most extraordinary cuisines with a wild and intense berry on the palate. Discover our Madagascar vanilla and our world pepper box.

Packaging
BSK
€14.36
5 2024
,
5/ 5

 

BUY SELIM BERRIES BY KILO - THE FAKE SELIM AFRICAN PEPPER WHICH REPLACES BLACK PEPPER

When you like fake Selim pepper, you want to buy Selim berries by the kilo. So, we offer you our price per kilo for this exceptional berry which replaces black pepper. Here, you will find 120g and 480g sachets but also sachets per kilo. 

We also offer Selim bay in sizes from 1kg to 25kg. 

This African spice is ideal to have in your kitchen, particularly with maniguette

while waiting for the video on the bays of Selim, discover envol, our documentary series on Brazil and Minas Gerais. Every week you will find a documentary series on Brazil and trips and recipes around the world of spices and vanilla

WHERE TO FIND SELIM BAY IN KILO AND DURING A TRIP TO AFRICA?

This tropical berry will grow wild in West Africa from Cameroon to Senegal via Niger. This berry called kili has been available at Comptoir de Toamasina since 2022 and we will offer you recipes with this incredible berry every week on our blog.

RECIPES WITH SELIM BERRIES + HOW TO USE THEM IN COOKING!

We use the whole spice because it has a stringy pod and seeds that cannot be separated.

You can grind it into a fine powder using a coffee grinder, nutmeg grinder , or even a great pepper grinder due to its fibrous nature. If you do this, grind the spice as a whole.

If you like it, you can use it in any dish, from starter to dessert. Unlike black pepper, it is widely used throughout Africa.

At Comptoir de Toamasina our preference for using Selim berry is to incorporate it into marinades, sauces and stews and to let it infuse slowly. It is best to use it towards the end of cooking if you have ground it.

Vegetable purees, vegetable stir-fries, stews, beef carrots and other winter foods can all benefit from adding Selim pepper to their flavor.

Foods it pairs particularly well with include: roasted vegetables like celery root and parsnips, cauliflower and roasted cabbage (which is good in sauerkraut), and leek and leek fondue. potatoes.

False guinea pepper can be used to flavor pickles, vinegars and flavored oils.

Black pepper is an excellent seasoning for poultry, including duck breasts, pigeon, turkey and chicken. So this berry is ideal to replace black pepper, will work wonders in the dishes mentioned above.

  As for the rest of the meats, you can use it on everything lamb, pork, rabbit, sausages and game.

To talk about scallops, shrimp, langoustines, lobster tails and lobster are perfect with Kili Bay.

But it can also be used in desserts and in infusions by letting it infuse in a syrup which has proven to be a success so far.

You know that you can make a gourmet coffee with this berry, we call it touba coffee, the recipe is simple: Mix 40 grams of Arabica coffee from Minas Gerais with 10 to 15 crushed Selim berries. Your Senegalese touba coffee is ready, all you have to do is enjoy it!

Native country
Africa
BOTANICAL SPECIES
Xylopia aethiopica
INGREDIENTS
Selim berry
AROMATIC POWER
5/10
ALLERGEN
None
POSSIBLE TRACES OF ALLERGENS
None
PACKAGING
Bottle or Sachet
Preparation / Delivery
Preparation within 24h - Delivery within 48h00

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