McCormick Crushed Red Pepper, 1.5 oz

(10 customer reviews)

About this item Starts with whole, ripe peppers Add to casseroles, curries, stews, soups and barbecue spice rubs Optimal levels of seeds and pods to deliver bold flavor and balanced heat Slightly fruity, chili pepper aroma with a consistently spicy heat A pinch kicks up the flavor of your favorite foods Non GMO Sprinkle at the table on pizza, eggs, pasta, salads and tacos


Based on 10 reviews

5.0 overall

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  1. O.C. Hardesty

    I always have this in my spice collection and McCormack doesn’t disappoint. I use it in everything!

    O.C. Hardesty

  2. Richard M. Hughes

    The container is so large, if you keep opening it then over time the flavor will fade. I highly suggest buying some spice shakers that have lids, not just pouring holes, and put the peppers in that. Use the spice shaker until you run out, then refill. That way, you’re keeping the big container fresh.

    Richard M. Hughes

  3. 🌈 KT

    We’ve used McCormick spices for years. Always found them to be consistent from bottle to bottle. As fresh as could be expected w/o growing them yourself, and they also cover some of the less common ones.While we use this in a lot more things, I have to admit my favorite use of this is in tomato soup, with grilled cheese sannich. Give that a try, if you haven’t already, but don’t limit yourself. This goes fantastic in so many sauces and even as a main spice on chicken, for example.It was fresh, smelled wonderful, and the shake/pour lid works well. The bottle is fairly sturdy as well, which is handy since I’m a klutz. Good stuff.Don’t forget to use the address – It’s an Amazon program where many things you buy every day will generate a small donation from Amazon to the charity of your choice. Info here:

    🌈 KT

  4. Foxcat

    I wasn’t expecting such a large quantity and that’s great because I am not using it on food… I am using it as a humane and safe way to keep my flowers from being eaten by chipmunks and other pests. It works! They ripped up every flower I had planted and ate the flowers. I added the red pepper flakes and peppermint essential oil around the flowers and they are coming back.


  5. Hamilton Foster

    It came wrapped in plastic, with a pull tab under the top. It expires Jan 27, 2023 it’ll be gone long before that! I love crushed red pepper. I put it on almost everything I eat everyday. You can taste the freshness and feel the heat, I love it!

    Hamilton Foster

  6. June

    I was pleased to see how big the jar is. Great flakes, very reasonable, fast delivery.


  7. Mindy Brown

    This is my 3rd year trying for stargazer lilies. Pepper flakes made all the difference!! All 6 bulbs were undisturbed, uneaten, and not even sniffed!! (Okay, I really don’t know that.). All plants are about a foot tall, and I am looking forward to beautiful flowers!

    Mindy Brown

  8. Meerschweinchen Meister

    After numerous disappointments buying expensive little jars of this stuff, or going to bulk-foods sections at supermarkets (only a bit cheaper) – what got my ordering the Big Jar on Amazon:1. My usual choices (above) were really bland, barely spicy. On pizza, could barely tell the stuff was there! I’m serious, could even eat it from a spoon. This big jar? Totally zingy, exactly what I want.2. Price. This is several times cheaper than the usual way of buying this stuff.3. Quantity. I go through a lot of it. On pizza & other foods, and as a digestive/endorphin booster. Yummm

    Meerschweinchen Meister

  9. gregory c

    One does not expect a Dane, German, Swede mix to love hot stuff, but I do, and and this container is an excellent value compared to grocery store prices. It will also last far longer than those little, bitty jars at the corner store. I consider this my daily dose of vitamin C, but I also like lemons, limes, and virtually any other food, so I think I can ward off scurvy quiet effectively. These are not as hot as some brands, so I don’t know if its the variety of pepper, their origin, or age before packing, but the value per dollar still ranks quite high.

    gregory c

  10. methylethel

    Yep, they’re red pepper flakes. Ounce for ounce, they’re much cheaper this way than buying the little tiny glass jars at the grocery. Also far more convenient than saving the foil packets that come with pizza delivery 😉 Not worth it unless you use them a lot, though.


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