8 Ways to Eat Green Chili without Hurting the Tongue

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Eating green chili is necessary for the complete family. Though it is spicy and hurts the tongue while eating it, it should be added in a considerable amount to the diet. Many people might be wondering about the various ways of eating green chili.

8 Ways to Eat Green Chili without Hurting the Tongue

If you and the kids are afraid of eating the green chilies, then there is no need to avoid them in the diet. There are many soothing ways to eat green chili without hurting the tongue. So, let’s get some idea about the same.

1. Fried Green Chilies:

Finely chopped green chilies can be added to the recipes in the edible oil. Fry them until brown to release the spicy taste in the oil. Thus, the chilies become less hot and spicy while eating them in the food.

2. Green Chili with Salt:

Cutting the green chilies into fine pieces and adding salt to it reduces the hot nature of the chilies. Sprinkling them on the food and snacks would improve the taste and the health of the food. (If the chilies are too hot, then one should avoid eating them directly without roasting or frying.)

3. Fried Green Chili Halves:

Cutting the green chilies into halves, putting a pinch of salt in the halves, and frying it in the pan would also make a tasty chili recipe. This recipe is generally eaten as a side dish with main meals. Salt reduces the spicy nature of the green chili and thus it becomes easy to consume.

4. Green Chili Pickles:

Pickles can be prepared by mixing the halves of green chilies, lemon pieces, salt, turmeric powder, and finely chopped pieces of ginger. This recipe can be preserved and stored in the refrigerator. Pickles are generally eaten as side dishes in many cuisines worldwide and they help in the proper digestion of food.

5. Green Chili with Curd:

4-5 finely chopped green chilies, one medium-sized finely chopped onion, and salt can be added to a cup of curd. This recipe can be served as a side dish with the main meals.

6. Roasted Green Chili:

Green chilies can be cut into halves and a pinch of salt can be added to it. These salted chilies can be roasted on a pan and served while having the main meals.

7. Green Chili with Butter Milk:

Green chilies are cut into halves and soaked in salted buttermilk overnight. These chilies are then dried and stored in an air-tight container. The chilies can be fried before serving them with the meals.

8. Green Chili Salad:

Green chilies can be salted and added to the dish of salad. Lemon juice should be added to the salad to reduce the hot taste of the green chili.

So, are you ready to try the 8 ways to eat green chilies without hurting the tongue from today?

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P.S: Since green chilies are my favorite, I had been eating regularly in all the above mentioned 8 ways. However, some precautions should be still taken while serving green chilies to children and the aged ones. Moreover, too spicy green chilies should be completely avoided if one is not able to tolerate them. The above mentioned green chili recipes should be consumed in moderate amounts because the excess of green chilies is not good for the human body.