FAQS on RED CHILLI POWDER
Red chilli can cause skin and eye irritation, a burning sensation, tingling, redness, swelling, sneezing, coughing, and tear production. Handling red chilies carefully and seeking medical attention immediately if any of these symptoms occur is essential. Overeating red chili, which adds spiciness to our food, can result in heartburn or digestive issues. Excessive consumption of red chili powder can lead to serious health problems, particularly concerning the digestive system. Overindulging in red chili powder can cause mouth ulcers. While many people enjoy spicy food, consuming excessive red chili powder regularly can result in mouth blisters.
Regular chlili powder is made by grinding chilies while 'red' chili powder is made by soaking dried chilies in vinegar and water before grinding.
At Alco Foods, you can find a variety of spice powders, including Red Chilli, Haldi, Dhaniya, and Kashmiri Lal Mirch. The Red Chilli Powder is priced at Rs. 700/- per kg, but we also offer more miniature packs of 500 and 250 gms.
Kashmiri chili powder is different from chili powder because it comes from Kashmiri chilies, giving a different flavor. The red chili used most often in Indian cooking provides incredible heat. You can easily find Kashmiri chili powder, Red Chilli Powder, and Red Hot Chilli Powder with us at Alco Foods.
Did you know that Guntur chilli, also known as Sannam chilli, is rich in antioxidants and can boost energy levels? It's no wonder why it's exported to various parts of the world and is considered the best red chilli powder in India. Guntur chilli has a deeper red color and packs a spicier punch. An everyday red chilli powder combines regular Kashmiri chillies and Kashmiri red chillies, which provides the perfect balance of color and spice. The traditional red chillies provide the necessary heat, while the Kashmiri red chillies give it a natural fiery red hue.