Lawry's Coarse Grind Garlic Pepper with Red Bell and Black Pepper, 22 oz.
- Coarse ground, seasoned pepper with a full-bodied garlic and pepper flavor
- Use in place of regular pepper
- Brought to you by Lawry's, delivering restaurant-proven flavors for center-of-the-plate proteins
- Tailored for culinary professionals, helping to inspire menus
- Perfect on steaks, hamburgers, salads, and vegetables
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It's amazing what a little Lawry's flavor can do. Whether you are preparing chicken, steak, pork or seafood, Lawry's seasoned salt, marinades, spice blends and recipe mixes help you create inventive and flavorful meals in a flash. No mixing, no measuring, no fuss, great for adding delicious flavor when you are short on time.
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Top Customer Reviews
Itsd a great seasoning for cooking,awesome in chili or on any meat you cook. gives it that extra boost you need. Its great
Note this 22 oz bottle is slightly different from the smaller 3oz bottle.
The 22 oz bottle is correctly labeled garlic pepper.
The 3oz bottle should be labeled pepper garlic.
Note in both there are other ingredients such as salt, brown sugar, onion, parsley, paprika,etc
The two are similar in taste, BUT the larger bottle and smaller bottle do differ a little bit.
I also believe that the larger bottle is more coarse than the smaller bottle
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A great spice for any cooking need! I like to add it to burgers or sauté it with vegetables. Great with mushrooms!Published 2 months ago by Andrew Kleptach
I use this spice everyday, It really elevates The flavor of my chicken Fish and vegetables I will definitely purchase more Before I run out of it.Published 3 months ago by Anthony K Richardson