Mixed pepper berries

 Mixed pepper berries Key facts The mixture of peppercorns brings a more complex flavour to savoury dishes. These are a good addition to pickles as they also look colourful.

These are a mixture of black, white and green peppercorns with allspice berries (pimento) as well. They are available at most supermarkets, but are sometimes called different names.

 

 
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