1. Where do you get Madame Jeannette here? We love it and eat this like parrots. And I cook the salem leave in the soup too.

  2. Debbie

    Unfortunately we have not been able to find Madame Jeannette peppers in the USA yet, at least not for sale. It could probably grow in south Florida, but only people from Suriname or Holland would know it because it’s very typical in Suriname.

  3. Layla

    I am in the DC, VA area and you can fine the Madame Jeannette peppers in every local supermarket they do have a different name and used by the hispanic/latin community.


  4. Debbie

    Hi Layla,
    do you know what the name of the pepper is? Maybe I can find it in the local hispanic grocery stores.
    Almost wished I lived in DC … 🙂
    Thanks for your comment!

  5. Debbie

    Colleen, some of the spices in masala are: coriander, cumin, black pepper, cloves and turmeric. Most people use their own recipe or buy from the store.

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