Ata ṣọ̀mbọ̀ tàbí (chili) [1].[2] Ata ṣọ̀mbọ̀ ni wọ́n ma ń lo láti lè jẹ́ kí ónjẹ ó ta lẹ́nu. Èròjà (Capsaicin) ni ó ma ń fún ata ṣọ̀mbọ̀ ní agbára láti ṣe iṣẹ́ títa lẹ́nu.

Young chili plants
Illustration from the Japanese agricultural encyclopedia Seikei Zusetsu (1804)

Ibi tí ṣọ̀mbọ̀ ti ṣẹ̀ wàÀtúnṣe

Ata ṣọ̀mbọ̀ lò ni ó ṣẹ̀ wá láti orílẹ̀-èdè Mexico [3]. Ata ṣọ̀mbọ̀ lò tan kalẹ̀ àgbáyé láti ilẹ̀ Mexico látàrí ìdòwòpọ̀. Eọ́n ma ń lòó fún ónjẹ ṣiṣẹ́ àti ògùn ìbílẹ̀.

Àwọn Ìtọ́kasíÀtúnṣe

  1. Dasgupta, Reshmi R (8 May 2011). "Indian chilli displacing jalapenos in global cuisine – The Economic Times". The Times of India. http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/features/et-sunday-magazine/indian-chilli-displacing-jalapenos-in-global-cuisine/articleshow/8190311.cms. 
  2. "HORT410. Peppers – Notes". Purdue University Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture. Retrieved 20 October 2009. Common name: pepper. Latin name: Capsicum annuum L. ... Harvested organ: fruit. Fruit varies substantially in shape, pericarp thickness, color and pungency. 
  3. Kraft, KH; Brown, CH; Nabhan, GP; Luedeling, E; Luna Ruiz, Jde J; Coppens; d'Eeckenbrugge, G; Hijmans, RJ et al. (4 December 2013). "Multiple lines of evidence for the origin of domesticated chili pepper, Capsicum annuum, in Mexico". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (17): 6165–6170. doi:10.1073/pnas.1308933111. PMC 4035960. PMID 24753581. //www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?tool=pmcentrez&artid=4035960.