Cayenne red pepper is used instead of paprika when more heat zest is desired. The
pepper taste is wonderful in dishes as they enhance the taste of the dish overall. This
also helps in reducing the need of salt to season dishes. On the heat (mild, medium and
hot) rating this chili has medium heat. Sprinkle in soups, on appetizers and in
sauces, barbecue mixes and marinades. In Indian dishes red pepper powder is added to
hot oil along with cumin or mustard seeds. Then the other spices, seasonings and
herbs are added.
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· Add to Indian vegetables, curries
· Use when barbecuing
· Add to Mexican dishes such as salsa,
avocado dip, taco, and enchilada sauces
· Use in stir fry
· Relishes and chutneys
· Use in Thai curries and dishes
· Use in African cuisine especially
· Indonesian sambals are hot chile
sauces served with meals to adjust hotness level to one's personal taste
· Indian hot pickles and hot chutneys
are hot chile preparations served with meals to adjust hotness level to one's personal
· Chile-based table condiments are also
used in Thai cuisine like nam pla prik (fish sauce with finely choppen green
chiles), prik dong (chopped red chiles in vinegar) and prik phom (red chile powder) which
also allow for personal adjustment of spiciness.
· In Chinese cuisine dried red chiles
are fried in hot oil until dark brown. This hot chili oil is then used to season
stir-fries and other dishes.
· Korean cuisine also embraced hot
chilies in kim chi and in hot bean pastes.
· Heat chillies pepper and cumin and
garnish dals/ lentils before serving for a gourmet look.