Karnataka’s Byadgi Chilli (Whole) – 200gms

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Byadgi, a town in Haveri district of Karnataka is known for its highly famed Red Chilies that adds Deep red colour naturally to your recipes. The Chilies have been a secret ingredient in the traditional south Indian Sambar  for Centuries.

Byadgi Chilli Uniqueness

  • Adds deep Red colour Naturally to Your Recipes.
  • Known for Mild pungency and Heat.
  • Exquisite Aroma and Unique Taste.
  • Thick skin best suited for Sambar.
  • Generally Mixed with Guntur Chilli for the perfect Blend of Colour and Spiciness.

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89 reviews for Karnataka’s Byadgi Chilli (Whole) – 200gms

  1. Anitha Haridas
    Nice product.will buy this again.
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    K R Nayak
    Extremely happy. Will recommend your products to friends
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    K R Nayak
    Extremely happy with the product.
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    Shamsunder T S
    It's almost 4/5 months, since Byadgi chillies have gone, Out-of-Stock ...!!
    Wonder, why it's taking, such a long time, to replenish the same ..?!
    It's almost 4/5 months, since Byadgi chillies have gone, Out-of-Stock ...!!

    Wonder, why it's taking, such a long time, to replenish the same ..?!

    That single star, is for not Restocking ..!!
    Reply from GI TAGGED:
    Dear Shamsunder,
    The harvesting of the Byadgi Chilli will start only in December and we will restock it by January.
    Currently we have Byadgi Chilli Powder in stock. We will update you once we restock the same. Sorry for the inconvenience caused.
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Byadgi Chilli

Additional information



Geographical Region

Dharwad, Haveri and Gadag Districts

GI Status Awarded

2010 – 2011

G.I. No


Health Benefits

Byadgi Chilli is Known to stimulate appetite, Helps to clear lungs and are a Rich Source of Vitamins carotene (pro-vitamin A), C & E.
(Note: Since Byadgi Chilli Sold at GI TAGGED is very pure without any Adulteration and of Extremely Good Quality our Customers can use the same for all medicinal purpose in the supervision of Experts for Natural Home Therapy).

Interesting Facts

  1. Chillies are Called as Fruits of genus Capsicum.
  2. Chillies have been a part of human diet since 7500 BC.
  3. There are over 400 varieties of Chillies in the world.
  4. India is world’s largest producer, consumer & exporter of chillies.
  5. Christopher Columbus was the 1st Europeans to encounter Chili & called them Peppers.

Byadgi Chilli in your Nail-polish and Lipstick!

Did you Know? The most of the Premium Cosmetic Brands use oil (Oleoresin) extracted from the pods of Byadgi Chilli for preparation of nail polish and lipstick of Red variants and is in huge demand in International cosmetic Industry.


  1. Bydagi chilli have got the highest color values of 150000 to 250000 CU and red in
    color (156.9 ASTA color units) and negligible (0.03%) in capsaicin.
  2. Fruits stand out by their deep red color on maturity and wrinkles on the surface.
  3. Fruits are 12-15 cm long and thin but not too pungent and not spicy.
  4. The plant grows to a height of 1m. with a spread of 1m. Leaves are thin and light green in color.

Cooking Tips

Best Suited for Mild Spicy Recipes of Indian, Chinese, European & Italian cuisines and for Non-Veg curries to impart a tempting colouration. Byadagi when Mixed with Guntur Chilli enhances Spicy heat and imparts Colour to your Recipes.