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Chillies In Vinegar

VIEWS 1348

Energy (kcal) - 2

Protein (g) - 0

Carbohydrate (g) - 0

Fat (g) - 0

Khyati's Health-O-Meter Says:

Green chillies in vinegar are important to boost metabolism for a healthy digestive system. It takes care of your skincare regime. Green chilli is a rich source of vitamin C and eating it helps in keeping your skin healthy and glowing. When submerged in vinegar, It kills many types of harmful bacteria in the gut, it also lowers blood sugar levels and fights Diabetes. It also helps you lose weight and reduces belly fat as well as lowers Cholesterol and improves Heart Health.

  • Slit green chillies - 10-12
  • Vinegar - 7- 8 tbsp
  • Lemon - 4 slices
Step 1 Wash and pat dry the green chillies. Slit the chillies, Gently rub on paper to remove the excessive seeds. Step 2 In a jar mix together green chillies, vinegar, lemon and salt. Step 3 Keep aside for a couple of hours. Step 4 Refrigerate and use when required.

Chillies In Vinegar - BY KHYATI RUPANI

10 FEB 2018
VIEWS 1348


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