Homemade Dried Red Chilies is simplest of the DIY. Really! Take your green chilies which are showing signs of turning red and just store them in a dark corner and let the time do it’s work!
All you have to do is select the green chillies with slight red tinge, wash and dry them and leave them in dark corner of your kitchen to dry out.
Within 2-3 days you will see them change color from green to red/ orange.
You need to let them dry till the water content is lost, otherwise it will get mold as soon as you store them.
They also dry well in sun but they may turn black very quickly. So keep an eye.
Wasn’t it easy-peasy!
How To Dry Red Chilies
- Green Chillies
- When buying green chillies, select chillies which have started turning just a wee bit red around the mouth or any other part.
- Place them in a dark corner of the kitchen.
- After a few days, you will notice that the whole chilli has turned red and has wrinkled. It means that you are on right track.
- Just be patient and allow some more days of sunlight till it totally looses water content and become dry. Once it reaches this stage, remove and store in an airtight container in a clean and dry place.