Organic Chilli Powder

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Want a powerful spicy and hot punch? Then there is no option to pure, bright red, healthy organic chili powder and nothing can replace it. The pungency or pepperiness of organic chili powder depends on the variety of chili, ranging from milder to extreme hot versions. When it comes down to Indian curries or Mexican Tacos, the most essential key ingredient is organic chili powder. Organic chili basically belongs to the nightshade family and was domesticated over 5000 years ago. The heat of the chili is measured in Scoville units or parts per million capsaicin.
Organic chili powder has the main bioactive compound called capsaicin which gives them the uniquely pungent taste. There is an abundance of vitamin C, B6, K, and A as well as iron, magnesium, potassium, and copper in natural chili powder along with proteins, carbohydrates, and fiber. Like all other spices, it is rich in antioxidant compounds which are linked with various health benefits. Consumption in moderation is recommended, as overuse may cause inflammation of digestive tract and ulceration.
In India, dry chutneys using groundnut, sesame, or dried coconut mixed with organic chili powder are favorite side dishes and make a perfect snack when consumed with paratha or roti or flat breads. Traditionally, long-term storage of organic chili powder is done by adding whole asafoetida gum pieces in it. Try this healthy and nutritious recipe. Mix and mash boiled sweet potato with a boiled egg. Add salt, garlic paste, herbs, and best quality organic chili powder. Stuff this mixture in whole wheat dough and roll into a roti or paratha; serve with mint chutney.