DIY Recipe: Perfect Bhut Jolokia Powder (also known as Ghost Pepper)

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Bhut Jolokia Powder (also known as Ghost Pepper). Dried Bhut Jolokia chile peppers are also known as the Ghost Pepper or Ghost Chili. Our ghost peppers are all natural, no ETO, and non irradiated. The ghost pepper has an intense sweet chili flavor and is hot!

Bhut Jolokia Powder (also known as Ghost Pepper) The heat level has ranged from. The Ghost Pepper, also known as Bhut Jolokia, was the of the first super hot peppers, coming in at just over one Million Scoville Units. It became the Guiness World Record Holder for the hottest. You can cook Bhut Jolokia Powder (also known as Ghost Pepper) using 1 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you make it.

Ingredients of Bhut Jolokia Powder (also known as Ghost Pepper)

  1. It’s bunch of Bhut Jolokia Peppers.

Known by many names in the different Indian provinces. A rockstar among chilies, the ghost pepper (a.k.a. Bhut Jolokia) is easily the most popular super-hot pepper around. With a slightly fruity and citrusy flavor and a slow to build burn, ghost pepper is popular for bringing extreme heat to soups, salsas, marinades, and rubs.

Bhut Jolokia Powder (also known as Ghost Pepper) instructions

  1. ***THESE PEPPERS ARE EXTREMELY HOT! BE SURE TO HANDLE CAREFULLY AND WEAR GLOVES WHEN HANDLING THESE IF YOU ARE SENSITIVE TO THEM!***.
  2. Clean Bhut Jolokias. Gently pop off the stems and cut pepper in half. (for faster and more even drying using a food dehydrator.).
  3. Place pepper slices on dehydrator trays. Dehydrate at 135°F / 57C for 11 to 12 hours or until fully dehydrated. **During the dehydrating time, the peppers will smell up the area. Be sure to have adequate airflow if you are sensitive.**.
  4. Grind peppers in a coffee grinder or a Nutribullet (using the milling blade.) **During this step you may want to wear a facemask (to cover nose/mouth) to avoid breathing in the powder and clean up thuroughly afterwards if you are sensitive.**.

Great pepper flavor an average Joe would recognize. It's a little hot for that average Joe though. But it's not a "Super Hot". But all around it's a great. Known as the infamous Ghost Chili, this powder raises the temperature of everything it touches.