red chilli garlic paste
Last Updated : Feb 14,2023

What is red chilli garlic paste? glossary | benefits | uses | recipes |
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What is red chilli garlic paste, laal mirchi lehsun ki paste?

Chilli Garlic paste is guaranteed to transform any meal into a bold, aromatic and healthy culinary experience. It has a full-bodied flavor that will make your mouth water. Chilli Garlic paste is a tempting blend of coarsely ground red chilies and garlic. It can be altogether added to blender with sufficient lemon juice and salt. Do not add water. Lemon and Salt acts as preservative and will keep it fresh and red in frozen form.

How to select red chilli garlic paste, laal mirchi lehsun ki paste

If you are making it at home, ensure red chillies are crisp and unwrinkled ones. Make sure they are bright and unbroken. Choose garlic heads that are firm to the touch, with no nicks or soft cloves. Chilli Garlic Paste is also easily available in the market of various brands. Ensure its freshness by manufacturing date and expiry date.

Culinary Uses of red chilli garlic paste, laal mirchi lehsun ki paste in Indian Cooking

· As a handy paste, wherever the combination of chillies and garlic is required.
· This paste adds unique and robust flavor to any dish. Chilli Garlic toast is one of the yummiest thing.
· Marinate the paste in olive oil and use this flavored oil in dressings and marinades. The delicious flavor of the sauce complements everything from a cracker to soup.
· Healthy sauté steamed spinach, garlic, and fresh lemon juice, goes well with chilli garlic paste.
· Add chilli garlic paste to sauces and soups, pastas or noodles.

How to store red chilli garlic paste, laal mirchi lehsun ki paste

It is best to refrigerate, whether homemade or purchased. A homemade sauce can last upto a month and if purchased stick to the expiry date stamped on it.

Health benefits of red chilli garlic paste, laal mirchi lehsun ki paste

The substance capsaicin which the red chillies their characteristic spiciness may help reduce inflammation in the body. The cayenne in red chillies has shown to have heart protecting benefits in a few studies. On the other hand, the vitamin C in it, can also boost immunity to some extent. They also contain some amounts of beta carotene, very few carbs and a small amount of protein and fibre. The active ingredient allicin present in garlic aids in lowering blood pressure. Garlic is also alleged to help regulate blood glucose levels for diabetics. Garlic is great for the heart and circulatory system. Garlic has an antimicrobial, antiviral and antifungal function and can help in relieving common cold and other viral infections. But, being spicy in nature, it must be taken in moderation to avoid gastric irritation.

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