Chili spice powder is a blend of base spices like ancho chile powder, paprika, cumin, etc., and other spices like coriander, cayenne, and garlic powder to round out smooth blends. It is a red-colored blend of powdered spices. Its ratio of the blend is one part cayenne to seven parts other spices. Its heat level is variable but always far lower than that of pure ground Chili Peppers. Some blend contains salt, while others don't.
Varieties of chili powder
We have several blends of chili powder; they are;
- Chili seasoning mix - for making chili con carne
- Organic chili - for vegetarians
- Hot Chili powder - best dry rub for meat
- Dark chili powder - smoky and slightly sweet
Using Chili Powder
Generally, chili powder is used in traditional dishes like enchiladas and tacos. Now, everyone uses it to give grilled meats, stew, soup, beans, and vegetables a welcome kick.
Differentiating between Cayenne Pepper and Chili Powder
Ground cayenne pepper is several times hotter than chili powder. Cayenne pepper is pure heat, so make sure you don't mistake it for each other. Chili powder is often mild to moderately spice your meal. And this is determined by the amount of cayenne pepper that's in the blend. The blend's aromatic and savory spices create a flavor profile that's called Texican-Mexican. An individual with a good palate can identify the cumin, oregano, garlic, and other spices that make up a particular blend.
How to use our spice powder
An original Chili Nilly is suitable to prepare many dishes. When our chili powder gets added to dishes like con Carne, beans, casseroles, etc., the dish taste comes alive. No matter the amount of other additional components added to the dish, the desired flavor combination becomes unique. Also, when rubbed on meat before grilling, it gives the meat a more meaningful taste. When added to stews, casseroles, beans, etc., it gives you that perfect Tex-Mex taste.
For use, add the spice into the recipe, be it stews, beans, or whatever dish you're making. You can add it alongside other ingredients.
For barbecue, rub your chili powder on the raw meat to your taste and then barbecue it. Better still, you can sprinkle the chili powder on your cooked meat. It's all about preference. Whichever way you opt to use it, it will bring out the desired taste your dish needs.
How to store your Chili Powder
Make sure you store your chili powder in a cool, dry place away from sunlight. It lasts from months to years. Although spices lose their value over time, you should replace them often.
Advantages of Chili Powder
Chili powder gives every dish a unique flavor and serves as a nutrients source, even though it's deficient in calories and sodium. A teaspoon full provides 15% daily value of vitamin A, 5% vitamin B6, a lesser quantity of vitamins C, E, K, and other B vitamins. All these components give the body all the nutrients needed for better health, balanced nutrition, and improve general well-being.
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