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Too Much Pepper (Read 58321 times)
11/08/06 at 12:12:08
Thom Moser   Guest

 
Made a beautiful pot of vegetable soup and accidentally added too much black pepper.  It's not totally inedible however I have to take a cold shower after eating a bowl. Smiley  Any ideas for salvation??  Thanks
 
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Reply #1 - 11/24/09 at 00:33:19
vick   Ex Member

 
You could also work the soup into another product like maybe a meatloaf, stew, pasta dish or another main course item.  Roll Eyes
 
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Reply #2 - 12/19/09 at 18:25:55

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You just have to add more broth and vegtables. This way you dilute the pepperand might have to add some other seasoning to bring taste back to normal.
 

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Reply #3 - 12/27/09 at 21:38:41
yamada   Ex Member

 
I have come across this situation as you. Adding more vegtables does helps.
 
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Reply #4 - 01/03/10 at 05:23:21
polosmith   Ex Member

 
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Reply #5 - 01/03/10 at 12:49:10
Zoe   Ex Member

 
Hi
Either Lemon Juice, or cut a Lemon into 1/4rs.

Just tried this, as I have a too hot Chicken Chaussere with too much pepper in the ingredients. It works.

You'll need to add some sugar to counteract the soureness of the lemon - etc.
but it does work!!!

Zoe
 
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Reply #6 - 03/23/10 at 13:20:07
Booth888   Ex Member

 
Ahh, just eat it and enjoy the spiceness! I love spicy food Smiley
 
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Reply #7 - 04/02/10 at 15:50:52
ken2   Ex Member

 
Try adding some chees it should take some of the bite out also. Potatoes take alot of flavor out maybe add fome and then take them out to get rid of slat and maybe pepper.
 
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Reply #8 - 04/14/10 at 01:17:25
ghd   Ex Member

 
the author's opinion is very right!
 
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Reply #9 - 04/25/10 at 20:27:42
cherry325   Ex Member

 
Thanks for the tip!  Sorry it took so long to view it and get back to you...I'll give it a try.
 
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Reply #10 - 05/21/10 at 19:29:23

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Good info, good to be knowledge and distributed to the public
 

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Reply #11 - 06/15/10 at 05:51:16
Jen Applegate   Ex Member

 
Add a touch of water, that should do the trick. Smiley

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Reply #12 - 06/16/10 at 22:20:03

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Thanks for idea.I also use black pepper on my food.Its change the taste of food Delicious.Thanks
 

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Reply #13 - 06/22/10 at 05:49:48

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Ahh, just eat it and enjoy the spiceness! I love spicy food Smiley

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Reply #14 - 07/05/10 at 09:36:36
forexillusion24   Ex Member

 
pepper does NOT equal spicy food. i had to say that
 
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