Chili pepper is the fruit of plants from the genus Capsicum, members of thenightshade family, Solanaceae.
Chili peppers originated in the Americas. After theColumbian Exchange, many cultivars of chili pepper spread across the world, used in both food and medicine.
Green Chillies should never be fed to any bird regardless of his origin or ancestry makeup.
There is a possible chance that chillies comes from Chile among other places that also produces chillies
You let them ripen on the plant, or some say sitting them with tomatoes or bananas help. You can eat them green of course, they just won't be as hot.
My iguana loves raw chillies and green olives!
Italian Chillies is much hotter than English chillies
I make it about 72, using green New Mexico chillies.
The plural of chili is chillies. As in "these chillies are hot".
The plural of chilli is chillies. As in "these chillies are hot".
Red chilies are generally hotter than green chilies. Red chilies have the most capsaicin, so they are more intense and longer lasting than green chilies. The red and green chili peppers have one thing in common: they're both popular peppers around the world.
Like tomatoes, potatoes and tobacco, chillies are members of the nightshade family and come in in many shapes and sizes . They are seed carying fruitsfruits There are three groups of chilli: Habanero-type chillies: Habaneros can range in heat from very mild to mega-hot. Vegetable-type chillies: These are relatively large-fruited with thick flesh and tend to be milder Spice-type chillies: These are generally small-fruited and thin fleshed and hotter than vegetable type chillies.
There not that hot because there are not to much chillies that are hot.
Chillies is not a real word.