Red Hot! Well, actually, in the case of chillies, it? the white that contains the heat! The fruits, also known as pods, come in a variety of colours, shapes and sizes with pale yellow or white disc-shaped seeds that contain the majority of the heat in a chilli. Chilli can turn a dull dish into something extraordinary. Once dried, chillies are usually red and impart a full-bodied fruity, smoky flavour.
HOW TO USE
This chilli product still contains the seeds, so it? perfect to add some serious punch to any dish either during cooking or once served - a great way to accommodate people who aren? so heat tolerant.