It is also known as the Naga Jolokia, Naga Bhut Jolokia or Ghost pepper. It was a previous world record holder for the hottest chilli in the world. Traditionally used to keep elephants always from veggie gardens in India, where the mashed fruits are rubbed on the fence posts surrounding the gardens. It requires heat to germinate. Not a chilli for novices..... Of any kind.
Approx 25 seeds
Recipe: Bhut Jolokia Creamy Hot Sauce
1 Cup Oil
10 Onions Roughly Chopped
1/3 Cup Cumin
1/3 Cup Whole Coriander
A LOT of garlic (500gr is good)
1/3 Cup salt
1 1/4 Cup Brown Sugar
500ml Lemon Juice
1 Cup Vinegar
1 large Sprig Tarragon
6 Large Sprigs Basil
3 Tbs Ginger
2 Tbs Tumeric Powder
Approx 300-500gr Chillies mainly Bhut Jolika but Orange Thai complements very nicely
You can de-fuze all or some of the chillies for a milder sauce.
Seperately blend chillis and lemon juice together (helps to reduce airosolized capsiacanoids)
Next bring oil and onions to transparent stage
Add Garlic and spices
Add salt /sugar/vinegar with the lemon juce chilli mix to pot.
Bring to the boil for 5 mins
Blend with a stick blender and bottle hot.
This recipe is original and supplied by Sean Freeman of Livingseeds.
Red Bhut Jolokia
- Product Code: LS446
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