Ghost Pepper Powder

When Would You Use Ghost Pepper Powder?

What is now named to be the hottest pepper in the world, Ghost Chili Pepper, and the spice that is made from it, Ghost Pepper Powder. Come from quiet, small farms in distant places of the world. On farms in India, Trinidad and other such places, farmers have spent a lifetime growing and picking this what looks to be delicate, chili pepper. Delicate is not what describes this chili pepper nor the Ghost Pepper Powder that is

Dried Scorpion Peppers

What Can You Expect When You Eat Dried Scorpion Peppers?

The use of spices and chilies, such as Dried Scorpion Peppers, has became more and more common in the Western Hemisphere the past few years as more people are looking for different tasting and spicy foods. For those who have become a chili pepper enthusiast, meaning those who look for the most extreme heat they can find, the Dried Scorpion Peppers are just what you want.  Professional chefs challenge the hot chili pepper lovers to

Dried Ghost Chili Peppers

What Can You Do With Dried Ghost Chili Peppers? 

Ghost Pepper, named for the ghostly bite it gives, originally named The Bhut Jolokia. Commercially, this is the hottest chile pepper in the world, ranking at the top Scoville Heat Unit possible. The Red Savina Habanero falls second to the Dried Ghost Chili peppers. With a slight smoke flavor, the Dried Ghost Chili Pepper grows in a pod, and sparingly, many chefs have found creative uses for all it's parts. The pods can be