The fruit known as a chilli is a member of the Capsicum genus. It comes in a variety of forms that are distinguished by the Scoville Scale, which measures pungency. Red chilli is created when the chilli fruit is ripe and dried; it is then pulverized to create red chilli powder. These fall under the category of spicy pepper. Because of its qualities, including pungency, taste, and flavor that matched black pepper, which was exceedingly expensive in earlier times, red chilli rose to global fame and became one of the most vital and essential spices.