[GOURMET] Pepper Tz'ili- Sudan

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Pepper Tz'ili- SudanChili
Scientific name: Capsicum Anuum
Paprika proved with the discovery of America and is known as capsicum. Capsicum implants in Mar-April and harvested in September and October, the growth process is about 4 months and the harvest takes about three weeks, it is recommended to dry the pepper grids or surfaces drying natural, sun-Israeli warm, drying it until pepper is completely dry and break down when you touch it, drying length about two weeks. After drying, sorting paprika type A and type B according to size, color and shape. Only after drying edge (the green part) dries and can nip it in a simple manner without damaging the integrity paprika. The paprika tearing the stem with a sting in full. Pepper T. Willie comes in a variety of shapes, colors and with different levels of spiciness (chili, Sodniih etc.).


Culinary uses: hot chili adds sarcasm different dishes Bmtbh- meat dishes, soups, acidification and compaction and more.

Other uses: active ingredients in chili Flavonoids are Hkafsatzin and other acute symptoms such as helping a toothache relief, to expedite the removal of the digestive tract and improving serves as a muscle relaxant, calming and anti-inflammatory pain and stimulate. Hkafsatzin acting stimulant, Cmiiza, anti-inflammatory and pain. The hot peppers are advised to eat for treating symptoms such as flatulence, dry mouth, sores and infections, flu, indigestion and hemorrhoids. Eating capsicum is also recommended for the purpose of weight loss. It is recommended to prepare a paste of crushed hot pepper mixed with a little olive oil for external use by spreading the problematic area as back pain, stiff muscles, joint pain, cold extremities, cough.


How to use: should add chili with caution 

Contraindications and Warnings: 

Do not overeat hot pepper for fear of stomach acid 

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