Cayenne chili pepper adds a very nice zip to any dish. But it also subtly enhances other flavors in a dish. This ground cayenne pepper is a reddish orange in color and registers 35,000-40,000 SHU (Scoville Heat Units).
Ceyenne is great with cheese, corn, crab, eggplant, fish, lobster, onions, peppers, potatoes, rice, and tomatoes.
To neutralize the burning if you overdo ceyenne , drink or eat a dairy-based product like milk or yogurt or a teaspoon of sugar.