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Red Dry Chilli

When we think about Indian spices, the first word that comes to mind is “CHILLI.” The red chilli is the essential spice for Indian cuisine, where no meal is complete without a sprinkle of this distinctive fiery spice.

India is the world’s leading exporter of red chilies.  According to studies, about 13.6 million Tonnes of red chilli are produced here each year. Chilli export from India accounts for over half of the global demand for this wonder spice.

There are many different types of Indian chilies; some are quite hot and can cause you to clench your fists and shed tears, while others are less fiery and are just valued for their flavour and ability to change colour. Let’s now examine the red chilies grown and produced in India that are the most well-known.


The most popular red chilli variety in India, 

Sannam Chilli is made in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. 

Because of its delectable aroma, flavour, and mild pungency, this fiery, medium-sized, and vivid red-colored chilli

commonly known as Sannam S4 or 334—is in high demand. 

This chilli is widely used in Indian, Chinese, European, Mexican and Japanese cuisines.

Byadgi, also known as 668 byadagi, is one of the most popular red chilies on the Indian and global markets. 

It is grown in the byadagi region of the Haveri district of Karnataka. 

These chiles have long, wrinkled, dark red skin.  

In addition to enhancing the flavour of your meal, it also contains nutrients that are good for your health, such as manganese, foliate, potassium, thiamin, and vitamins A, B, C, and E.

It is the hottest and most popular chilli on the market today. 

It is grown in the rich soils of southern India. 

It is used in the creation of red chilli powder, stir-fries, soups, stews, and a range of cuisines because of its intensely spicy, peppery flavour and aroma.

Produced in Guntur region of Andhra Pradesh

The 273 wrinkle chilli is a well-known international export to regions including Asia, Canada, and Europe.

This vibrant red chilli is noted for its pungency, brilliant colour, and mouthwatering aroma and includes less seeds.

Also referred to as Indem- 5, US- 5, and Endo 5 Chilli, this is one of the most well-known red chiles in India that is widely exported. 

The three Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Maharashtra produce the majority of Indo 5 red chillies. 

This is larger overall, has thicker skin, and has a lower heat value. 

The most sought-after red chillies in India for their colour are Kashmiri chillies, which are grown in Kashmir's cooler regions. 

This chilli, also known as Kashmiri mirch, is commonly used in Indian cooking as a powder to give dishes a deep red colour and mouthwatering flavour. 

Compared to other red chilli varieties, this is less spicily and pungently flavorful.

This is the thick, round chilli grown in the fertile Ramnad district of Tamil Nadu. 

In Southern India, chutneys, sambar, and tadkas are frequently spiced up with this chilli to provide heat and mouthwatering flavour.


Harvest Period Rabi Crop
Colour Little orange to yellow
Packaging 25 KG and as per customer requirement
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