White pepper is usually used in white or light colored dishes and sauces so there aren’t any black spots. And what does this pepper taste like? A little bit hot, a little bit winey and quite earthy. The key difference between white and black pepper lies with the earthiness of white variant.
In Indian cuisine, the white variant is typically used in white or cream-based gravies and curries. It loses its flavor more quickly than black so it should be stored in an airtight container to preserve its taste and aroma. It goes great chicken, fish, vegetables and salads. This pepper pairs beautifully with another earthy spice, cumin.
It is very beneficial in both cooking as well as keeping one healthy. Read more on the benefits of white pepper.