Indian Spice Deep Chili Powder Red (Regular) 7oz-

Chili Powder Red (Regular) Fine. Chile pepper - Chili pepper - Chilli pepper . Dried chilies can be used whole in curries and almost any other kind of slow-cooked liquid, as the flavour seeps out and flavours the food. A variety of ground chiles are available to be used in a wide range of curries, sauces, pickles, chutneys and pastes. Medicinal Properties: Aside from their eye-opening flavour, perhaps the most surprising feature of chile peppers is their vitamin C content: 91 milligrams in 1/4 cup of fresh chilies. Though we don't eat chili peppers in large quantities, the amount of vitamin C is still significant. Red chiles are full of beta-carotene. The nutritional aspect of hot peppers most interesting to researchers today, however, is capsaicin, the compound that gives chiles their "burn." Capsaicin seems to have a positive effect on blood cholesterol, and also works as an anticoagulant. And the "high" that some people experience when eating fiery chile-spiked foods is a perfectly safe one: Some scientists theorize that in response to the discomfort produced by the chiles' "burn," the brain releases endorphins, substances that, at high levels, can create a sensation of pleasure.

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Spices Indian Spice Deep Chili Powder Red (Regular) 7oz- Chili Powder Red (Regular) Fine. Chile pepper - Chili pepper - Chilli pepper . Dried chilies can be used whole in curries and almost any other kind of slow-cooked liquid, as the flavour seeps out and flavours the food. A variety of ground chiles are available to be used in a wide range of curries, sauces, pickles, chutneys and pastes. Medicinal Properties: Aside from their eye-opening flavour, perhaps the most surprising feature of chile peppers is their vitamin C content: 91 milligrams in 1/4 cup of fresh chilies. Though we don't eat chili peppers in large quantities, the amount of vitamin C is still significant. Red chiles are full of beta-carotene. The nutritional aspect of hot peppers most interesting to researchers today, however, is capsaicin, the compound that gives chiles their "burn." Capsaicin seems to have a positive effect on blood cholesterol, and also works as an anticoagulant. And the "high" that some people experience when eating fiery chile-spiked foods is a perfectly safe one: Some scientists theorize that in response to the discomfort produced by the chiles' "burn," the brain releases endorphins, substances that, at high levels, can create a sensation of pleasure. $5.88 https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51bxQksThAL._SL160_.jpg
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