Indian green chillies

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Indian green chillies

These thin Indian green chillies are the staple of most ethnic stores and all Indian grocers, but rarely seen in British supermarkets. These chillies are almost always sold fresh and not dried. They have a quick burst of fiery heat that quickly diminishes.

You will find them in massive quantities in garlic chilli chicken and other similar recipes.

It is wonderful condiment, finely chopped and used as a garnish.

They freeze really well and defrost almost immediately, so next time you spot some, buy a huge bag!

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