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Birthplace of chili pepper is tropical America. As findings in Peruvian funerals show, chili was cultivated long before America has been discovered. Spanish and Portuguese who introduced European with chili call this pepper "Indian". These days hot pepper is grown in the most tropical countries, especially in India and Thailand. Fruits of red pepper are dried. Sometimes they grind pepper before drying. When dried, pepper pods gain deeper color – from dark-red to orange-red. Peppers are usually dried in the sun and shrink there. Then peppers released from their cups go milling. Cayenne pepper named by the name of Cayenne city in Guiana (South America) is created this way. You can hang pepper pods in a dry place and keep them slightly dried the whole winter. You can use this pepper fresh (mainly in vegetable dishes and pickled products). Dried red pepper is used as in pods as well powdered.

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Tone's Chili Powder - 20 oz. shaker - CASE PACK OF 4
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Ghost Pepper Powder 1 Lb
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Frontier Herb Chili Pepper Cayenne Powder, 16 Ounce -- 6 per case
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Mccormick Chili Powder, Light, 5.5-Pound
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Frontier Bulk Chili Pepper, Cayenne Powder (90,000 HU), 1 lb. package ( Multi-Pack)
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Organic Chili Chipotle Ground - Master Chef
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Frontier Bulk Chili Pepper, Cayenne Powder (90,000 HU), 1 lb. package ( Multi-Pack)
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Ancho Chili powder is dark-red with pungent spicy flavor. You can add it to the meal combining with other condiments and spices –oregano, caraway, garlic and salt. Chili could be delicate or hot depending on the sort. It also has different salinity. The best chili powder contains powdered chili pepper only and most of all it has dark-red color rather than brown. There are hundreds of sorts of chili with different taste and amount of heat. Chili’s heat amount depends on a number of capsaicin — oil contained in chili seeds and pap. This oil can burn your skin and eyes so it is recommended to wear rubber gloves when cooking and cut out the middle of pepper with the seeds.

Mexican and American cooks from southwest prefer to create their own Ancho chili powder. Preserve the powder in freezer to keep it fresh.

As a rule, red peppers are hotter than green ones. The smaller and thinner is chili the hotter it is. Imagine, chili experts advise to take a bite of a pepper to taste it! Chili’s seeds and inner pallets are the hottest. Remove them with a spoon or sharp knife and spice of the chili would be rather sweet than fiery. A substance that gives chili its pungency is called capsaicin. Chili pepper and inside pallets contain maximum capsaicin. Remove seeds and pallets to tone heat down. But be careful - essential oils evolved when removing can cause a chafe. If your skin is sensitive put rubber gloves on before preparing chili or carefully clean your hands when you are done.