Green Chilli/Hari Mirch

M.R.P: 40   Price: 35 12% off


Green chilli is an integral part of Indian cuisine and is used widely across Indian subcontinent. They are a shrub-like plant with a bunch of chillies, and some variants have green-brown branches with oval leaves.

We can use green chilli fresh, dried, and powdered in dishes. Green Chilli is normally used with a mixture of ground spices. It adds peppiness to dishes. 


Nutritional Profile  

  • It contains a high amount of vitamins A (2gm), K, and C (40gm), which helps prevent the onset of cancer.
  • It contains 6% iron, 6% magnesium, and vitamin B-6(15%).
  • Green chillies help increase or speed up metabolism.


Health Benefits

  • It is fully packed with vitamins and minerals, which is beneficial for the cardiovascular system.
  • The fibrin in green chilli prevents from a heart attack or stroke and also reduces blood cholesterol.
  • A huge amount of capsaicin found in green chilli offers a great relief from sinus or cold infections.
  • Vitamin C and beta-carotene in the Green chilli helps in boosting the immunity of the body and leads to the production of red blood cells. 
  • It also maintains sugar levels in the body.




1. Fried green chilli

Ingredients:  3 green chillies, oil, and salt


Cooking Steps: Heat the oil in a non-stick pan and fry the chillies until it turns to brown. Then place on an absorbent paper by sprinkling salt, and it’s now ready to serve with dishes.


2. Stuffed green chilli

Ingredients:  3 green chillies, oil, salt, flour, turmeric powder, red pepper, cumin powder, coriander powder and water


Cooking Steps: Heat the oil in a non-stick pan and pour flour, salt, turmeric powder, red pepper, cumin powder, and coriander powder. Then slit the chilli from middle, fill it with stuffing, and fry this stuffed chilli in another frying pan. Now it is ready to serve.



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