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chili

[′chil·ē]
(meteorology)
A warm, dry, descending wind in Tunisia, resembling the sirocco; in southern Algeria it is called chichili.

CHILI

(language)
D.L. Abt. A language for systems programming, based on ALGOL 60 with extensions for structures and type declarations.

["CHILI, An Algorithmic Language for Systems Programming", CHI-1014, Chi Corp, Sep 1975]
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When we used to buy chilies from India, we imported huge amounts at less rates but now we are not able to buy local chilies in huge amounts,' she said adding that this is because local chilies cost extravagantly high therefore they are not able to earn as much profit as they did earlier.
Capsaicin: Chilies have vitamin C and Vitamin A containing beta-carotenoids which are powerful antioxidant.
The only thing it lacked, as many chilies do, was brightness.
Today, the most sharp and valued varieties of chilies are grown in Asia only.
Mainly two varieties of chilies are produced in the region namely - collar and patto, of which colar is more popular in domestic market due to its bright red colour and less spice value.
Pho condiment plates include large servings of bean sprouts, lime slices, Asian basil, fresh chilies, and shredded lettuce.
When using peppers to add heat, he prefers jalapenos to green chilies, which, he says, add an acidic bite.
The quality of fresh chilies is obvious upon inspection, but when choosing dried chilies, avoid the brittle ones.
If you would like to make a ristra, look for chilies at farmers' markets and produce stands-or harvest from your garden if plants produce bountifully.
Photo: Even chili purists are warming up to meatless variations such as Vegetarian Chili with Bulgur (right), a decidedly spicy recipe with chopped green chilies, hot vegetable juice, and two kinds of beans.
Always wear gloves when working with chilies to help prevent the oils from touching your skin.
Use either cone-shaped poblano (ancho) chilies or slender tapering Anaheim (California or New Mexico) chilies.