Pronounced "Boot ja-LOW-key-u" is better known in this country as the "Ghost Chile" or “Ghost Pepper”. It may also be called Naga Jolokia, Naga Hari, Nagu Morich, and Dorset Naga. “Naga” is in tribute to the fierce ancient warriors of Naga of northeastern India. The Naga were known for the ritual practice of headhunting. Other popular names for this chile include Bih Jolokia (“poison chile”) and Raja Mircha (“King of Chiles"). The name Bhut Jolokia translates to "ghost chile".The Bhut Jolokia has such an intense heat you’re not going to pick up much flavor before you’re overwhelmed by fiery intensity. At first bite, you’ll quickly pick up a hint of flavor that may bring to mind green apples and apricots.
** This product is certified kosher.
Bhut Jolokia Ghost Chile – Powder
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