PTI Red Chilli Whole Peppers are using to add a piquant flavour to dishes. The spiciness can be altered by removing some of the seeds. Red chillies, whole or crushed, are using in dals, curries, and soups. There is seasonal herbs and spices use to add taste to your food. The product is pure and Vegetarian. Store in a cool and dry place. This spice adds spice to the food and also to your life by ensuring that the best Product reaches your Kitchens direct from Mother Nature's Farm.
Everyone in the world is familiar with red chilli whole, and it can be found almost everywhere. But the chillies in India are particularly special. So let’s learn more about this amazing spice and its impact on the country.
Origin of Red Chilli: India is the largest chilli producer in the world. Hence, PTI Red Chilli Whole Stemless is very commonly used in tropical countries. But did you know that chillies don’t originate from India? They were brought to the country by the Portuguese in the 15th century. The crazy spice has since found a comfortable bed to grow in India and hence there are many different varieties of chillies in India.
India produces many varieties of red chillies, each having a different spice level and distinct flavour. Let’s learn more about some of them here.
Kashmiri Red Chilli: As their name suggests, Kashmiri Red Chilli originates from the state of Kashmir. Due to its deep red colour and low Scoville level, it’s generally used more for its colour than its spiciness.
Guntur Red Chilli: Again, going by the name, the chilli comes from the Guntur district in Andhra Pradesh. But unlike Kashmiri Red Chilli, this is one of the hottest chillies in the country and also has a dark red.
Byadgi: This dark red-coloured chilli comes from the state of Karnataka. Like Kashmiri Red Chilli, it’s not really spicy and can also be used as a substitute for the former.
Boria: This berry-like chilli is known for its unique shape. Being a moderately spiced chilli, it is often used in lentils soups and curries in India.