Smoked Pepper Fudge

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Smoked Pepper FudgeOur Smoked Tellicherry Black Pepper adds a surprising spark to this easy, no-fail fudge recipe. Each bite of intense sweetness is punctuated with a peppery zing at the finish. It’s about time we started combining more pepper with chocolate! Salt gets lots of attention in chocolate pairings and pepper is also a great match. A quick crack in the mortar & pestle is all it takes to get the perfect texture on the pepper, and it leaves little zesty pops in the fudge to keep things interesting. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, this batch makes enough for all the spice-loving sweethearts in your life.Smoked Pepper Fudge Plate

Smoked Black Pepper



  1. AK says:

    Sorry to be “that person” on the internet with recipes, but I have some urfa biber that I purchased from you. Do you think I could substitute that for the tellicherry pepper? And if so, how much would you suggest? (Or if not, I’d love to be educated about why it’s not a great match for the fudge.) Thanks in advance for any advice!

    • Sherrie says:

      Urfa Biber goes great with chocolate, so you could easily substitute it for the smoked Tellicherry pepper. An equal amount would also work for the fudge. Urfa is great in brownies, too.

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