Indian cuisine is synonymous with spiciness & heat and while most confuse spiciness with the heat that chili provides, they are very different things. Cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, bay leaf, black pepper, star anise, etc. are examples of spices which are added to the dishes in different combinations and they provide the aroma & flavor . 
The heat or hotness comes almost entirely from Chili. The scale of hotness is measured by the Scoville scale. It is a measure of the pungency (hotness) of chili peppers. This pungency is because of the presence of Capsaicin. Capsaicin is a chemical compound that stimulates our chemoreceptor nerve endings in the skin, especially the mucus membranes and provides us the sensation of heat. The number of Scoville heat units indicates the amount of  present. 
Please do share with us if you have tried any of the really hot chili peppers.
 


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Scale of hot chilly soarse is very delicious and relished. It is a basic and ingredient of the fundamental and taste of the wants. The humans are requirring the constituents and its impact and effects are ensuring its impetus.

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09/08/2016 00:09

I don't like chilly in food, sorry! I like sweets))

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04/07/2017 00:49

I like sweet vegetables! And sweet dishes. Spicy things are hard for me :)

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Indian cooking is synonymous with hotness and warm and keeping in mind that most mistake zestiness for the warmth that bean stew gives, they are altogether different things. Cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, straight leaf, dark pepper, star anise, and so forth are cases of flavors which are added to the dishes in various blends and they give the smell and flavor .

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Indian food is synonymous with zestiness and warm and keeping in mind that most mistake hotness for the warmth that bean stew gives, they are altogether different things. Cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, inlet leaf, dark pepper, star anise, and so on are cases of flavors which are added to the dishes in various blends and they give the smell and flavor .

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