Pepper Pit

60g Seasoning Blend

Pfeffer Gewürzmischung – Pepper Spice Blend

Pepper Grill seasoning for meaty flavoured dishes. Bold blend with notes of black pepper, garlic and basil with a subtle lemon finish. It provides a new depth to a wide range of dishes. Use in place of black pepper to subtly season, or rub on your protein for powerful flavour.


The judges said: This blend has plenty of character and colour. There is a smoky, spicy aroma. A good blend of earthy almost minerally herbs and a few layers of heat from lively pepper and firey chilli. A characterful blend.

Simply add during cooking or infuse your meat / veg during prep.

  • Create powerful dishes, full of flavour with this bold seasoning.
  • No salt or sugar, just quality, natural ingredients.
  • Suitable for vegans, vegetarians, flexitarians.


Black pepper *, onions *, bell pepper *, garlic *, lemon *, basil *, coriander *, cardamom *, white pepper *
(* = organic)

May contain traces of gluten, celery, mustard, soy, sesame and peanuts.

How To Use

Use as much as you like and however you like. We recommend starting with 1 teaspoon per serving.

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Easy to use

Expertly prep your meals with our performance seasonings, blended full of natural nutrition and easy to use. Simply add to your fresh ingredients and cook for healthy, delicious meals.

Create Bold, meaty dishes...

The perfect pairing for the perfect steak, Peppercorn Sauce. This classic, warming sauce also makes the perfect dip for chips. Our Pepper Pit blend turns this simple recipe into something special.

Key Ingredients

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Black Pepper

Possibly the world's most popular spice, dubbed the ‘King of Spices’ due to its high level of health potent compounds.

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Available in different colors, capsicum is used across the world in many different types of dishes

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Apart from being delicious, garlic is also incredibly nutrient-dense, without being hugely calorific.