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Bhut Jolokia, Naga Jolokia, Ghost Pepper, whatever you're going to call it, remember: it packs a punch. While it is rated at just over 1 million scoville units -- which is something like 5-10 times hotter than your typical Habanero pepper -- it still carries a wonderful flavor of it's own.
Daves Ghost Pepper Chilli sauce on offer at Tesco - £3.50 a bottle.
Meet the Tesco Peppers. The current reigning hottest chili pepper grown in the UK is the Komodo Dragon.
The type of pepper will alter the flavor, personally I prefer the ghost pepper or the habanero. The preparation method reduces much of the heat, and the spice settles after the sauce has had a chance to sit overnight as well.
Refrigerate salsa for a t least 1 hour before serving, overnight is best. www.TheCookingDish.com Page 2 of 4. Bhut Jolokia “Ghost Pepper” Recipes 5 GHOST CHILI PEPPER SAUCE While it’s best used as a creamy sauce to complement burritos, tacos, hamburgers, etc., you can also use it as a chip dip.
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More homemade hot sauce! This one is not for Patty, though she's been enjoying hotter anad hotter chili peppers. This one is more for me, using some nice and spicy ghost peppers, aka the bhut jolokia chili pepper.
The Ghost Pepper or Bhut Jolokia is confirmed by the Guinness Book of Records at 1,041,427 Scoville Units making it one of the hottest peppers on the planet. Melinda’s takes this super hot pepper and blends it with fresh all-natural fruits and vegetables to make a pepper sauce that is as delicious as it...
10.49 USD. So hot it’s spooky! This sauce haunts palates with its slightly fruity and savory hot chili pepper flavor. Possessing a deceptive heat that slowly creeps up on you and won’t let go. It makes a grave addition to stews, wings, potato salad...