Chili is the most important ingredient in Indian cuisine. Chili is a popular spice that is the basis of many Indian soldiers, soups and sauces. Chili and an ingredient commonly used in minced form for known dishes.
Chili is added to vegetable dishes, rice, mashed potatoes, legumes. It is recommended to be used in conjunction with spices such as coriander, fennel, turmeric, cardamom, cumin, as the chili dish becomes spicy and spicy, and the remaining spices (less spicy) - aromatic. Many people abuse red pepper, use it as a spice and add it to prepared meals. Chili, unlike black pepper, should be added to food during cooking (usually at the beginning or 5-10 minutes before cooking). Also added to all types of fish and meat dishes.
Chili can give an enticing color and flavor and sharpness to any dish. Chili, whose fruits come in a variety of sizes, shapes and colors, is called a natural wonder. It gets red from the pigmentin pigment. India is the only country rich in many different quality products. The chopped chili is made from pure spice, full of aroma and flavor. Suitable for vegetarians.
All chili peppers used in Ayurveda, which contain capsanthin, are from tropical regions of America and are grown mainly in Africa and Central India.
Chili peppers are used to stimulate the secretion of digestive juices and enzymes (to strengthen the digestive tract - Agni).
Composition: chopped chili peppers (ground).
Allergens : packaged in an environment where peanuts, sesame seeds, gluten-containing products, wheat, milk powder, soy and mustard are stored.
Country of origin: India
Storage conditions: Store in a dry, cool place
Net content: 100 g
Best before: look at the packaging