Black pepper is a spice, received from the dried unripe fruit of woody vine piper nigrum, a member of the plant family piperaceae. The homeland of black pepper is South India, since ancient times it has been the most widespread spice of all spice sold in the world. Since it is not a seasonal plant, it is available all the year round. Black pepper is now cultivated in the tropical regions of Southeast Asia, East Africa, America.
It is used for almost all dishes, except for sweet pastry. Can be added to soup, sauces, marinades, salads and snacks. It is essential for cooking meat dishes.