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  • n. Plural form of chilli.


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  • Except for the Edinburgh doorstep, where I intend to try for chillis.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • The dish contains the potent Dorset naga and the Jolokia, or ghost naga, both reputed to be among the hottest varieties chillis in the world, Ali added.

    'Killer' curry competition hospitalises two

  • I was brought up in Jalisco by the sea on a basic diet – tomatoes, chillis, peppers of every size and rice, which is a Mexican staple.

    What's in your basket, Gael García Bernal?

  • Temper it with bay leaves, red chillis, cumin seeds and ginger and stir around for a few seconds.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Corn; basil and coriander; mustard leaves; mottled green, purple and red peppers; hot chillis; yellow and green courgettes; gem squash and butternuts; French beans; tomatoes: and aubergines, strangely bulbous, purplish hewed, firm.

    The Garden Game

  • Know the hollandaise ratio and technique rather than a specific recipe for hollandaise sauce, and you can infuse it with chillis, or reduced red wine and rosemary for roasted leg of lamb.


  • For more exotic seasonings, you might look to other culinary traditionsSouthwestern (cumin and dried chillis, roasted fresh peppers, cilantro) or Asian (scallions and ginger).


  • For a more spicy pickle, add garlic and chillis to the brine.


  • It is a pizza topped with fresh green chilli, jalepeno chillis, chilli beef, tandoori chicken, and it's probably hot sauce as the base too.

    Pizza Suicide

  • I can sort of emulate it at home with a chicken breast recipe I've invented myself - but I can only ever have it alone, due to the absurd amount of bird's eye chillis I use.

    The Appesat Diaries


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