Cayenne pepper is the Shakira of spices: bold, beautiful, and smokin’ hot (not to mention an international sensation). Originally cultivated in the Cayenne region of French Guiana, the pepper is frequently found in Indian, Asian, Mexican, African, Middle-Eastern, and Southern American cuisines, to name a few. It’s also an incredibly affordable way to add sweet heat to whatever’s on your stovetop. Unlike hot sauce or Sriracha, you aren’t adding any additional liquid or acid components to your dish when you want to punch up the heat.
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