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Red Hot Bhut Jolokia Sauce

By Lela Perkins

Bhut Jolokia sauce is made with Bhut Jolokia chili peppers, the hottest peppers on the world, according to Guinness book of Records. They are so hot that you won’t believe it, more than four hundred times stronger than another popular spice, known as Tabasco. Of course, there are some other ingredients there, such as onions, garlic and different spices.

This small red pepper, also known as Ghost pepper, probably origins from India. Although this plant is known there for ages, it became popular in Western world in 2000. Until then, a pepper known as Red Savina Habanero was believed to be the hottest. Well, this little thing is at least twice as hot.

These small red peppers are incredibly hot, but they are also very tasty, with beautiful, rich aroma you will immediately notice. You will need just a little bit of Ghost powder to make your meals delicious and spicy, but you should remember to use gloves whenever you need to touch those little devils.

The main compound in those peppers is called Capsaicin. Thanks to it, Ghosts are so incredibly hot, but also extremely healthy to consume. They are good for your heart, blood vessels, and all other organs. They can relief you from the pain, especially if you suffer from arthritis, migraine or headache. It has positive and instant effect in pain relief when it comes to muscles and joints, and it can even fight cancer.

There are several studies showing great results in the treatment of different cardiovascular diseases, in lowering blood pressure, even in the treatment of different digestion problems, because it really affects natural cleansing processes. Capsaicin is added to various dietary products to improve their effectiveness. All this makes it more than desirable addition in all types of products designed or losing weight.

Try to find Ghost peppers in your nearest health food store. It is available as dried peppers sold separately, as powder or as flakes, usually. Ghost pepper oil is magnificent spice in every kitchen, and it is so easy to prepare it. You can dehydrate your peppers and cook them in oil for a while, and store the mixture in your fridge. There is another, even simpler way of preparing it. Put a few Ghosts in some small bottle, add good olive oil and that’s it. After a few days, you will have beautifully aromatic, hot oil to spice up your meals.

Making salsa is extremely easy. You need to dehydrate your Ghosts first, if you have dried ones. Cook them in small amount of water for a while. Cold mixture you should place in your blender, add fresh or maybe canned whole tomatoes, some vinegar, white one, of course, a little bit of garlic and some sea salt. Add your favorite herbs if you like, and you are ready to go.

Bhut Jolokia sauce is easy to prepare. You will need one or two Ghost peppers, chopped onions, one or two cloves of garlic, some olive oil and a can of whole tomatoes. Fry your chopped onions on some olive oil for a few minutes, then add other chopped ingredients. Season with a little bit of sea salt and cook for approximately 30 minutes on low heat. You can add different spices of your choice.

You can visit the website www.highdesertfarms.net for more helpful information about Red Hot Bhut Jolokia Sauce

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