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How to Make Portuguese Pimenta Moida

How to make Portuguese pimenta moída, translated as ground pepper or crushed pepper in English, holds a significant place in Portuguese cuisine, contributing both flavor and heat to a variety of dishes.
Tue, Oct 10, 2023
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Comments

Jorge
Jorge - 8 months ago
The description in the write up is inaccurate. It's not made from dried peppers or made into a powder. Lost in translation maybe, that would be chili flakes or chili powder. "Pimenta moída is typically made from dried red peppers, which are ground or crushed to create a coarse or fine powder"
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Thank you Jorge, fixed.
8 months ago

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