Red Chilli Whole (200g)

Sale price Rs. 115.00
  • Our premium red chilli  is produced without the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilisers, ensuring a natural and pure product. 
  • Our organic red chilli  is a non-genetically modified organism. (non-GMO). 
  • Our red chilli  is produced with a commitment to environmentally friendly practices.
  • Capsaicin in red chilli helps boost metabolism, aiding in weight loss and fat burning.
  • Red chilli contains antioxidants like vitamin C and beta-carotene, which help fight oxidative stress and reduce the risk of chronic diseases.
  • Red chilli stimulates digestive enzymes, promoting better digestion and reducing symptoms of indigestion.
  • Capsaicin in red chilli acts as a natural pain reliever, helping alleviate headaches, joint pain, and muscle soreness.
  • Red chilli adds a spicy kick and depth of flavour to various dishes, enhancing their taste profile.
  • Red chilli can be used in a wide range of culinary preparations, including curries, sauces, marinades, soups, and snacks, adding both colour and flavour to the dishes.
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Red Chilli Whole (200g)

Red Chilli Whole (200g)

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Red chilli, a staple spice in Indian cuisine, traces its origin back to Central and South America. It was introduced to India by Portuguese traders during the 15th and 16th centuries. Scientifically known as Capsicum annuum, it belongs to the Solanaceae family. Our red chillies are primarily sourced from regions like Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Karnataka, where they are cultivated in abundance. 

An interesting fact about red chilli is that it contains capsaicin, the compound responsible for its spicy taste and numerous health benefits. Health-wise, red chilli is rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, promoting digestion, boosting metabolism, and improving immunity. Culinary-wise, red chilli is used in various forms such as whole dried chillies, red chilli powder, and red chilli flakes, adding heat and flavour to curries, stews, chutneys, marinades, and pickles, enhancing the taste and colour of dishes.

Red Chilli Benefits:

  • Capsaicin in red chilli helps boost metabolism, aiding in weight loss and fat burning.

  • Red chilli contains antioxidants like vitamin C and beta-carotene, which help fight oxidative stress and reduce the risk of chronic diseases.

  • Red chilli stimulates digestive enzymes, promoting better digestion and reducing symptoms of indigestion.

  • Capsaicin in red chilli acts as a natural pain reliever, helping alleviate headaches, joint pain, and muscle soreness.

  • Red chilli consumption may lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, reducing the risk of heart disease.

  • The vitamin C content in red chilli helps strengthen the immune system, protecting the body against infections and illnesses.

  • Capsaicin has anti-inflammatory properties, reducing inflammation and symptoms of inflammatory conditions like arthritis.

  • Red chilli adds a spicy kick and depth of flavour to various dishes, enhancing their taste profile.

  • Red chilli can be used in a wide range of culinary preparations, including curries, sauces, marinades, soups, and snacks, adding both colour and flavour to the dishes.

Usage & Storage Tips

FAQ's

1. How do I dry red chillies at home?

To dry red chillies at home, spread them out in a single layer on a tray and place them in direct sunlight for several days until they are completely dry and crisp. You can also use a food dehydrator for quicker results.

2. How can I make red chilli paste at home? 

To make red chilli paste, soak dried red chilies in hot water until soft, then blend them with garlic, vinegar, and a bit of oil until smooth. This paste can be used in various dishes for a spicy kick.

3. Can I use red chilli for pickling? 

Yes, red chilli is commonly used in pickling to add heat and flavour to pickles. Whole dried chilies or red chilli powder can be added to the pickling brine.

4. What is the difference between fresh red chilies and dried red chilies?

Fresh red chilies have a more vibrant flavour and higher water content, while dried red chilies are more concentrated and have a longer shelf life. Dried chilies are often used to make powders and pastes.

5. How do I use red chilli in cooking? 

Red chilli can be used in various forms, such as whole, crushed, or powdered. It is typically added to curries, sauces, marinades, and spice blends to enhance the flavour and spiciness of the dish.