To add a serious jolt of heat to any dish, try the infamous Ghost Pepper. Just a bit of this fiery pepper goes a long way. Even though it's incredibly potent, the power of this chili can be harnessed to give a special kick to sauces and oils which can then be used on meats, pastas, pizzas, or anywhere you fancy a hit of heat.
The Ghost Pepper's vibrant heat can be used to infuse salts, oils, jellies, relishes, and sauces of all sorts. These spicy condiments are especially good on chicken wings, sandwiches, and pizzas. Use with caution when cooking with the Ghost Pepper and remember that less is more.
Chicken Wings, Pizza, Chili Con Carne
The Ghost Pepper's actual name is Bhut Jolokia, derived from the Indian word bhut which means a malevolent spirit. Once the hottest chili pepper in the world, it's a key ingredient in everything from hot sauces to smoke bombs to elephant repellant. Cultivated in India, the Ghost Pepper gained fame when it became the subject of many spicy food challenges around the world.
14 x 1/2 Tsp