- Jul 15, 2021
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Brace Yourself For Naagin Bhoot (Aka The Bj)
What goes bump in the night? It’s probably us, looking for a midnight snack. And nothing makes us happier than satisfying food that can be conjured in no time. The naagin bhoot indian hot sauce can add complex flavour and spiciness to any meal, faster than you can say ‘boo!’. Here’s how it’s done. Brace yourself for naagin bhoot (aka the bj).
Chilli Spotlight: Bhut Jolokia Chillies
We bring a heat that will transport you straight to the heart of Assam. The Bhut Jolokia is one of the hottest chillies in the world and the star of our signature, extra-spicy Naagin Bhoot recipe. This chilli, known around the world as the Ghost Pepper, has a unique burn that slowly intensifies on the tongue. It measures over 10 lac SHU on the Scoville Heat Scale – that’s 130 times hotter than your average pizza-topping Jalapeno. Depending on the portion size, it may cause heavy sweating, hiccups, and watery eyes; trust us when we say it’s like a ghost story, because it’s not for the weak of heart! We’ve toned it down to make a sauce you can actually enjoy, but this is the Bhut Jolokia chilli after all so for most people, this hot sauce still gets the ‘Extra Spicy’ tag.
You Might Just Enjoy Playing With This Kind Of Fire
The blooming heat of these peppers compliment the full-bodied flavour of the hot sauce. Our high quality, locally-sourced ingredients include celery, onions, garlic and Lavangi chillies. Together, they make a hauntingly smoky blend that can up your gourmet game no matter the dish. We have tried it with idlis, hot dogs, pizzas, daal-chawal, tacos – you name it! For more killer combos, check out our recipe section where we have loads of dip, dressing, marinade, sauce, and curry ideas. It doesn’t matter if you’re an amateur, a home cook, or a chef; Naagin Bhoot will have your back!
Tell Us What Makes You Burn!
Do you think you can handle the heat? Order your bottle today and sound off in the comments! If you have a favourite way of having Naagin Bhoot, post about it on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and tag us @naaginsauce. We love a fellow pepperhead!