Mizo Chilli Dry - 1Kg
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Authentic Taste Enhancing Spice Dried Mizo Red Chilli of Mizoram
GI Origin: Mizoram
Product Type: Dried Spice
Useful for: Cooking, Spice, Taste Enhancing
Quantity: 1 Kg
Mizo Chilli, also known as Hmarchte or Vaimarchaor, is one of the most common crops grown in Mizoram. The Mizoram bird’s eye chillies are deep red in colour and highly pungent and are also enriched with antioxidants. The chillies are available in 3 varieties, namely, Grade A, Grade B, Grade C, with Grade A being the shortest and highly pungent and Grade C being the longest with low pungency.
Mizo Chilli is an Exclusive GI of Mizoram.
Chilli has been the most common spice in Indian cuisines. Red chilli adds spice and colour to the food. Mizo chilli is the most common crop grown in Mizoram. The average length of Mizo chilli ranges from 2cm to 4cm. The chillies have a longer shelf life, making them easy to transport, hence helping in the economic upliftment of farmers and tribes indulged in growing these chillies. Mizo chillies are also used in pickles, sauces, chutneys and also hold importance in the cuisines of neighbouring countries like China, Thailand, and Nepal. Mizo Chilli is an Exclusive GI of Mizoram and was awarded a GI certification in the year 2015.
Disclaimer: Please note that all our products are nurtured and handpicked by esteemed and experienced farmers. Due to this process, there may be a slight variation from product to product. The actual product may slightly vary from the photograph shown and is subjected to minor manufacturing distinctions.
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