Members of the nightshade family and related to bell peppers and tomatoes, Sri Lankan green chillies are full of aroma and flavor. Sun-dried green chillies are roughly stone ground and packed in these 30g sachets.
Suitable for sprinkling on fries, salads, vegetable curries, soups, and meat marinades too. Start by adding a few flakes, taste and adjust to the required spice preference.
Sri Lankan spices are literally Heirloom, having grown in our spice gardens since ancient times. A dash of fresh green chilli powder elevates everyday food to a whole new level. Depending on the harvest and season, every batch of chilli powder can vary in color and to a minor degree in taste as it is a natural cottage-industry product. No chemical refining, additives, or preservatives are used to standardize the product.
100% organic green chillies
Keep airtight in the pantry, away from sunlight and damp. Its potency and flavor remain strong as long as it is stored airtight. Best before date is two years from packing.
There is nothing else. No refining or coloring. 100% zero-waste, no bi-products.
For detailed researched-based information read more here. Chilli peppers are rich in vitamins and minerals; Vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, and beta-carotene. Although taken in small doses it may not contribute significantly to daily micronutrient intake.
Chilli peppers are rich in antioxidant plant compounds that have been linked to various health benefits. Most notable is capsaicin, which is responsible for the pungent (hot) taste of chilli peppers. Chilli peppers are associated with several health benefits. They may promote weight loss when combined with other healthy lifestyle strategies and may help relieve pain caused by acid reflux. It’s important to pay attention to your own tolerance levels when eating chilli peppers. Using them as a spice may be healthy, but those who experience digestive distress should avoid them.
Packaging and recycling – 30g, soft plastic. Dispose of the soft plastic bag in the supermarket collection bin.
Chili peppers are not good for everyone. They could trigger a burning sensation or cause stomach pain and diarrhoea in some individuals. Some studies associate chilli consumption with increased cancer risk. A health care provider may recommend a specific dosage depending on a person’s age, weight, and medical condition. Please seek professional medical advice if in doubt whether green chillies are right for your diet