chili: very hot and finely tapering pepper of special pungency
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Chili pepper (from Nahuatl chilli, chilli pepper, chilli, chillie, chili, and chile) is the fruit of plants from the genus Capsicum, members of the nightshade family, Solanaceae.
The pungent fresh or dried fruit of any of several cultivated varieties of capsicum; Chili con carne; Powdered chilli peppers, used as a spice or flavouring in cooking
(Chillies) The Chinese tend to prefer milder chillies, but your choice of chillies really comes down to personal taste. Small red bird's eye chillies give dishes a bite but are not as fiercely hot as some of those used in Southeast Asian cooking. ...
(Chillies) From the pepper family, chillies can be super hot or just a little bit tingly, adding heat and flavour to any meal. Chillies have a high vitamin C content which makes it a good antioxidant. It also contains B vitamins that aid in relieving stress and anxiety.
(Chillies) Small red peppers used in seasoning.
This can mean one of many things. Green chilli refers to finger chillies, which are used fresh, whole or chopped up. Dry whole red chillies impart a lovely, soft spiciness to hot oil and these powdered are what give us chilli powder. Use them the Indian way – don’t deseed. Read more here.
Our own special recipe served with chic peas, black olives, and topped with shredded cheese
A small, hot pepper in a variety of colours. There are over two hundred varieties.
(CHILL-ee) the anglicised spelling referring to both chile and chili see also: Joel craps on about semantics
There are a great man species of chillies, which are the fleshy pods of shrub-like bushes of he capsicum family. Chillies range from large to small, and colours include green, white, purple, pink, and red. ...
Chilli peppers are much smaller than sweet peppers and can be green, yellow, orange, red or black. The seeds and flesh are extremely hot and should be used sparingly. Removing the seeds lessens the heat of the chilli. ...
was the original^[dubious – discuss] Romanization of the Náhuatl language word for the fruit (chīlli) ^ and is the preferred British spelling according to the Oxford English Dictionary, although it also lists chile and chili as variants. ...