Ghost Pepper Flakes
- Physical Form FLAKES
- Product Name GHOST PEPPER FLAKES
- Product Type Dried
- Shape Piece
- Processing Raw
- Color Natural
- Grade Export quality
- Supply Ability : 500 Kilograms Per Week
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Price And Quantity
- 30 USD ($)/Kilograms
- 1 Kilograms
- Store in Cool & Dry place
- 20 Kilograms (kg)
- GHOST PEPPER FLAKES
- Spicy Hot
- Export quality
- 12 Months
- ANY PORT OF INDIA
- Cash Against Delivery (CAD), Cash Advance (CA), Cash in Advance (CID), Cheque, Delivery Point (DP), Letter of Credit (L/C), Letter of Credit at Sight (Sight L/C)
- 500 Kilograms Per Week
- 7 Days
- Contact us for information regarding our sample policy
- 20 Kg PP Bag Or As Per Client Requirements.
- Asia, Australia, Central America, North America, South America, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Middle East, Africa
- All India
- ISO 22000 Or As Per Client Requirements.
The ghost pepper was inthe running for the hottest pepper in the world for quite some time in fact,it actually held the Guinness Book of World Records record for the world's hottest pepper from 2007 until 2010.The Bhut Jolokia is a naturally growingpepper that can be found primarily in northeastern India and neighboringBangladesh. However, species can also be found in Sri Lanka occasionally. Dueto the fact that Bhut means ghost in the Assam language, this pepper isoften called the ghost pepper, in the Western world. These peppers have dented skin that is very thin and easy to tear.
The word Bhut means ghost , given from the Bhutias people, possibly because the heat sneaks up onyou like a ghost. The ghost pepper is also known by the following names NagaJolokia, Bhut Jolokia, Bih Jolokia, Nagahari, Raja Mircha, Raja chilli, BorbihJolokia or Ghost Chili. Note: Naga mean Cobra Snak in Sanskrit.
Becauseof their intense heat, but also because of their fruity flavor, ghost peppersare great for making hot sauces, for dehydrating into powders or chili flakes,or for chopping and cooking into larger meals, like pots of stew or pots ofchili. The heat will really bloom in a large pot. A little goes a long way. Usethem as you'd use a habanero, but remember that they are much hotter, up to 5times the heat level. Use caution when cooking with them. Wear gloves andprotect your eyes.
This hot pepper alsohas a side use in Indian cooking. In addition to being a common householdingredient in certain parts of India and Bangladesh, it has also been used as ahomeopathic remedy for stomach pain, a way to beat the summer heat (when theBhut Jolokia is eaten, the partaker will usually start to sweat quite a bit,which will ultimately lead to a decrease in body temperature). It has even beenused as a weapon locals of northeastern India smear their fences with it tokeep elephants away, and the pepper has even been used in smoke bombs.