Product Information
~20g. Part of the capsicum family, chillies come in scores of varieties and colours (from green through to yellow, orange and red) and are one of the most popular spices in the world. Chillies can be used fresh, dried or powdered, and the heat level varies from type to type, from sweet and mellow to blisteringly hot – as a general rule, the smaller the chilli, the hotter the taste. The substance that generates the heat is called capsaicin, which is found mainly in the pith and the seeds to a lesser extent. But it’s not all about heat – each type has its distinct flavour. Try milk or yoghurt to cool down the mouth-burn from a too-hot chilli dish; they’re much more effective than water.

Disclaimer
Keep refrigerated.

Ingredient & Allergy Policy
Austen’s box building facility can at any time contain the likes of celery, lettuce and nuts. Due to the fact that we re-use our boxes with the same customers it is unlikely that any form of cross-contamination can occur, if you do have an allergy. However, while we do everything in our power to ensure this page is up-to-date, all product information (re: ingredients) is subject to change. Albeit unlikely, we recommend reading all labels throughly ahead of consuming any item.

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