Chilli peppers are actually good for you as long as you enjoy the heat. They contain three times as much vitamin C as oranges, and they are also loaded with vitamins A and E, as well as folic acid and potassium. Capsaicin, a compound contained in peppers
Chilli peppers, despite their fiery hotness, are one of the very popular spices known for their medicinal and health benefiting properties. They should be stored in the refrigerator inside a plastic bag where they will stay fresh for weeks. Raw, fresh chilies should be washed in clean water before used in cooking to remove any residual fungicides and sand. Chillies, either fresh or ground, can cause severe burning sensation to hands and severe irritation to nasal passages, eyes, and throat.
A 100g portion typically provides 40 calories, 8.81g carbohydrate, 0.44g fat, 1.87g protein.