Definitions

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  • n. Cayenne pepper.

Etymologies

From French, from Tupian quiínia ("hot pepper"). (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The term cayenne pepper is used to refer the dried and ground form of cayenne fruits.

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  • I have heard that cayenne is good for GI problems and for prevention of the same.

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  • Commonly known as cayenne, this spicy red pepper has been used for a multitude of medical problems such as high blood pressure, stomach ulcers, poor circulation, lung and skin infections.

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  • I wasn't sure about the color scheme until I opened the flap and was greeted with a brilliant, chili-pepper "cayenne" red!

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  • But I was wrong, devil is actually a culinarity term that appeared between the 18th and early 19th century, and it is used to describe dishes prepared with hot seasonings, such as cayenne or mustard.

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  • Mix up wet ingredients with dry ingredients such as cayenne and ground pepper or ground chili.

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  • Spices such as cayenne, garlic, cinnamon and turmeric are great to have on hand for household ailments.

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  • Other kinds of pepper, such as cayenne pepper, come from different plants.

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  • The ice cream shop has experimented with salty flavors, and with spicy additions such as cayenne, marinated Spanish chilies, peppercorns, and dried jalapeno, as well as savory herb flavors.

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  • Add a savory touch such as cayenne pepper, sage or ginger, or an earthy hint of wild mushrooms, and the depth of the smooth, delicately sweet veggie takes center stage.

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