Fresh Chillies - Nonya Cooking Ingredient

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Fresh Chillies - Nonya Cooking Ingredient was created to share with friends, relatives and those who interested in nonya cooking receipes.

Fresh Chillies - Nonya Cooking Ingredient

Fresh Chillies - Nonya Cooking Ingredient 
Nonya Cooking Ingredient was created to share with friends, relatives and those who interested in nonya cooking receipes.

The Nonya cooking ingredient Fresh Chillies is found in a bewildering variety of colurs, sizes and flavours in different parts of the world, although originating from South America.

There are more than two dozen varieties encountered in South-east Asia, including finger-length chillies in red and green; medium-length plump chillies which can be yellow, pale creamy white, orange, green or red; tiny bird's-eye, and short bulbous chillies known as tabai Bali, and found in that Indonesian island.

The most common chilli is perhaps the finger-length ( Capsicum annum var. longum ), of medium intensity on the "heat" scale. The tiny fiery hot bird's-eye chilli ( Capsicum frutescens ) is a regional favourite, pounded and added to fresh or raw sambals and side dishes in Thailand. In the Thailand and Philippines, bird's-eye chillies are put in a bottle of vinegar which is used as a table seasoning.



Fresh Chillies - Nonya Cooking Ingredient was created to share with friends, relatives and those who interested in nonya cooking receipes.
          Fresh Chillies - Nonya Cooking Ingredient was created to share with friends, relatives and those who interested in nonya cooking receipes.
Fresh Chillies - Nonya Cooking Ingredient was created to share with friends, relatives and those who interested in nonya cooking receipes.