A staple of the Indian kitchen, this powder brings a vibrant red color, flavor and a bit of heat to your dishes. It's not quite as spicy than cayenne, so feel free to substitute a little bit more of Kashmiri chile in recipes that call for cayenne.
Ingredients: Ground Kashmiri chiles
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