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A fine-ground chilli powder that is a perfect blend of colour and pungency.

Chilli is a heating spice and comes in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, colours and degrees of pungency. Indian chilli is grown in Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and a number of other states.
The highly pungent 'Guntur' and the mildly pungent 'Byadgi' chillies are internationally recognised as the finest in quality.

Benefits
- Chillies are used in Indian dishes for their hot taste and reddish colour
- Red chilli grounded together with coconut gives curry a firm texture
- Chillies are a great source of vitamin C and good for digestion

A fine-ground chilli powder that is a perfect blend of colour and pungency.

Chilli is a heating spice and comes in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, colours and degrees of pungency. Indian chilli is grown in Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and a number of other states.
The highly pungent 'Guntur' and the mildly pungent 'Byadgi' chillies are internationally recognised as the finest in quality.

Benefits
- Chillies are used in Indian dishes for their hot taste and reddish colour
- Red chilli grounded together with coconut gives curry a firm texture
- Chillies are a great source of vitamin C and good for digestion

A fine-ground chilli powder that is a perfect blend of colour and pungency.

Chilli is a heating spice and comes in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, colours and degrees of pungency. Indian chilli is grown in Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and a number of other states.
The highly pungent 'Guntur' and the mildly pungent 'Byadgi' chillies are internationally recognised as the finest in quality.

Benefits
- Chillies are used in Indian dishes for their hot taste and reddish colour
- Red chilli grounded together with coconut gives curry a firm texture
- Chillies are a great source of vitamin C and good for digestion