Homemade diy flower pepper grinder.
Homemade diy flower pepper grinder
For beautiful seasoning is simple and beautiful. This homemade diy flower pepper grinder recipe is such a simple way to elevate all of your seasoned dishes. Spices + flowers make the world go round. Am I right?
All you need is gently flavored flowers, a mix of peppercorns, and a beautiful spice grinder. With that, you have yourself a vibrant spice recipe that makes a beautiful gift or addition to any kitchen.
I first saw flower pepper for the first (and only) time when I was in Switzerland. We snuck into a little shop called “Tea and Caviar”. I mean, seriously? How amazing… how can you not go to tea and caviar. We stocked up on tons of pine tree, Swiss honey, raclette seasoning, and I grabbed a bottle of flower pepper. It was so pretty. I knew I’d have to recreate it and share with you all. But make no mistake, their was the OG and the best. If I’m ever lucky enough to make it back to St. Moritz Switzerland, I’m grabbing more. Plus some caviar 😉
You all know I always have lots of edible flowers on hand. Some have a much more robust flavors than others. I planned to use this pepper on my savory dishes, so I excluded really strong flavored flowers, like lavender. I’ll continue to add lavender to everything else in my life, though.
Roses are not only beautiful. They are extremely good for you! Roses act as free-radical scavengers. The vitamins found in rose are vitamin E, vitamin D, vitamin C, vitamin A.
Calendula controls oxidative damage from free radicals that can affect delicate tissues, such as those of the eyes. This powerful flower may also defend against infections of the skin and GI tract!
Cornflowers are just darn pretty. But, in addition to being a beautiful garnish, this plant’s medicinal value lies primarily in its anti-inflammatory properties. When eaten raw like in this recipe, the nutritional value adds calcium, mineral salts, folate and vitamin C to the diet.
bringing it all together.
a beautiful diy to season your dishes That's it! So simple. The grinder I am using is 9.5 oz. If your is smaller or larger, you may need more or less peppercorns and flowers.
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 2Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 0mgCarbohydrates: 1gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 0g
a beautiful diy to season your dishes
That's it! So simple.
The grinder I am using is 9.5 oz. If your is smaller or larger, you may need more or less peppercorns and flowers.
If you make this recipe, don’t forget to let me know by sharing with me on instagram. Tag me at #recipesandrituals, so I can share your gorgeous creations!