Ghost chile powder is all about heat! However, if you can get past the heat you’ll notice a balanced, slightly fruity flavor. Try using in place of other chile powder in recipes, but remember that it us up to 5 times hotter than habanero!
Use extreme caution when working with these chiles!
Wear protective gloves and a breathing mask; wash all utensils and work spaces thoroughly with soap and water when finished.
This is twice as hot as the previous record-holder, the Red Savina, this chile is also known as Bih Jolokia, Borbih, Dorset Naga, Ghost Pepper, Mirch, Mircha, Naga Morich, Naga Moresh Nagahari, Raja Chilli, Raja Mircha, and Tezpur.
Ghost Pepper (Bhut Jolokia) Chile Powder Q&A
What is ghost pepper powder?
Ghost pepper powder is a blend of finely ground, dried ghost peppers.
What does ghost pepper powder taste like?
Ghost pepper powder tastes insanely hot and incredibly spicy, so eat with caution.
How to use ghost pepper powder?
Use ghost pepper powder where you want to add insane amounts of heat and spice, but be careful when using and use gloves!
How much ghost pepper powder to use?
With ghost pepper powder, a little bit brings a lot of heat and spice, so use sparingly.
How hot is ghost pepper powder?
Ghost pepper powder is made with dehydrated ghost peppers, which in heat is over 1 million units via Scoville rating.