Jiyan Food Ingredients

Ghost Pepper Powder

Ghost Pepper Powder

Specifications

Type Ghost Pepper
Use Cooking, Food, Pickle, Snacks, Seasoning
Style Dried
Certification FDA Certified, ISO Certified
Shelf Life 2years
Color Red
Taste Spicy, Hot
Packaging Type Plastic Bags, Plastic Packets, Plastic Pouch, Box
Packaging size 1kg

Additional Information

Min. Order Quantity 1 Kilogram

Ghost Pepper, a chilli pepper from the norther eastern states of India, has taken the crown of hottest chillies in the world confirmed by Guinness World Records. The Bhut Jolokia is also known by a lot of other names such as Bih Jolokia, Naga Jolokia, Dorset Naga, Naga morich, Nagahari, Raja Mirchi or ghost chilli. But the name Bhut Jolokia or ghost chilli has a meaning which represents the true nature of the Chilli, i.e. it can even scare the ghosts with its hotness! The chilli is mainly found in Assam of northeastern India. It also grows in the Indian states of Nagaland and Manipur.

 

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The Ghost Pepper is also said to have medicinal uses for curing many ailments according to Vedic and several other ancient kinds of literature. The extreme hotness of Ghost pepper chilli makes it very ideal for extracting oleoresin capsicum, which is used in foods where the flavour and piquancy are desired without visible pepper specks. The Ghost Pepper powder is made from the freshly picked Chili. They are then dried and grounded to a fine powder. The Ghost pepper powder imparts life in your daily foods, however, be sure, not to add too much of our Ghost pepper powder in your food. Also, always wear gloves when handling Ghost Pepper powder! 

 

Uses : Ghost Pepper is used as a food and a spice, as well as a remedy to summer heat. It is used in both fresh and dried forms, to "heat up" curries, pickles and chutneys. You can use them in curries, salads, chutneys, sauces, biryanis and in your tadka special, but ........with caution as it is very hottest.


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