Many cooks prefer white pepper in flavoring creamy sauces and various light-colored dishes. It is also added during and after cooking to dishes such as soups, stocks vinaigrettes and cheeses. In Asian cooking, white pepper can be found in stir-fry dishes, grilled meats, stews and curries. It can also be added to fried garlic, chile peppers and other spices to flavor fried chicken and pork dishes. White pepper has a sharp, winey and biting taste that is more subtle than black pepper.