- Dried chilies are often ground into powders, although many Mexican dishes including variations on chiles rellenos use the entire chili.
- Dried whole chilies may be reconstituted before grinding to a paste.
- Fresh or dried chilies are often used to make hot sauce, a liquid condiment—usually bottled when commercially available—that adds spice to other dishes.
Chili peppers are rich in various vitamins and minerals, but they are usually eaten in small amounts so they do not contribute significantly to the daily micro-nutrient intake and it also rich in antioxidant plant compounds that have been linked with various health benefits. Most notable is capsaicin, is the main bioactive plant compound in chili peppers, responsible for their unique pungent (hot) taste and many of their health benefits.
- Improves Cognitive Functioning
- Contributes To Red Blood Cell Formation
- Reduce Blood Pressure and Prevents Cardiovascular Disease
- Acts as Natural Pain Relief
- Clears Nasal Congestion
- Soothe Intestinal Diseases And Disorders
- Boosts Immunity
- Maintain Healthy Eyes
- Inhibits Cancer
- Help Prevent Stomach Ulcers
- Promotes Weight Loss