Dried peppers are an integral part of true Bulgarian cuisine. There is no Bulgarian housewife who does not know at least a few recipes with dried peppers that will satisfy even the most refined taste of any good gourmet.Their application in all national cuisines is rich and varied. In our kitchen hot peppers are widely used spicy addition to many dishes - soups, salads, bean dishes, cabbage, dairy products, meat.
Storage: Store in a dry and ventilated place, preferably in a closed envelope / box. Keep protected from moisture !!!
- AVERAGE NUTRITIONAL VALUE FOR 100 g:
Energy 1127 KJ/270 kcal
Fat 3,40 g
-of which saturated fat 0,51 g
Carbohydrate 33,75 g
-of which sugars 13,20 g
Fibre 29,60 g
Protein 11,20 g
Salt 0,04 g
Hot peppers contain carbohydrates, proteins, essential oil, alkaloids, large amounts of vitamin C, provitamin A, organic acids, mineral salts and more.
In medicine, hot peppers are applied mainly externally in the form of patches and ointments for rheumatism, discopathy, sciatica.
Taken in small quantities, they have a beneficial effect on the gastrointestinal tract, stimulate appetite and tone the body.