There is some confusion as to the spelling of the chilli
In American English it’s CHILI
In British English it’s CHILLI
In Spanish, it’s known as CHILE
Have you ever tried green chilli for your recipe?
Green chillies are the life and soul of the Indian Meal.
Indian food is incomplete without chilli.
Indians are raised with chilli so used to this chilli fruit that any food that lacks chilli is too bland.
Chillies add spice to Indian food.
Chillies are used with or without stalks, whole or chopped, with seeds are without seeds.
There is no Garam masala without green chilli. Here green chilli is blended with garlic and ginger.
Green chilli is never used in excess but just a touch of it is enough to make the dish spicy.
There is never a scarcity of green chillies since it’s grown throughout the year.
What does chilli taste like?
Chilli contains various degrees of an active element called Capsaicin.
It’s a chemical irritant, produces a burning sensation in the mouth when you taste it.
The taste is pungent meaning ‘spicy heat’, can burn your tongue if you are careless.
Nutritious Benefits of green chilli
- Higher water content
- Rich source of beta-carotene (good for the heart), endorphins and antioxidants.
- Good for skin (has vitamin E & vitamin C)
- Zero calories
Chilli wisdom-in our life
“Embarrassment felt a lot like eating chilli peppers. It burned in the back of your throat and there was nothing you could do to make it go away. You just had to take it, suffer from it, until it eased of” Sarah Addison Allen
What is the best you can describe a Chilli?
A taste you can’t forget!😜😜
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