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Easy Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce Recipe

Since the Ghost Pepper was developed, it has quickly become a delicious addition to many recipes, hot sauces and BBQ sauce.  Truly for the lover of heat and the burn, the Ghost Pepper is considered a super-hot pepper! Ghost peppers come in at 1,000,000+ on the Scoville scale so be prepared when consuming hot sauces containing this pepper and when you are working with it as well.

The ghost pepper has become a favorite and a very popular pepper that packs a spicy hot punch to all of your recipes.  If you are brave enough to work with this pepper, you … Continue Reading

Ghost Pepper Sauce

We get a lot of requests asking about Ghost Pepper Sauce; what is it, how do I use it, etc.  So we thought we would share some general information with you so you can be in the know on this extremely popular sauce.

Ghost pepper sauce contains the popular Bhut Jolokia Pepper which is also known as the Ghost Pepper.  This pepper is considered to be the hottest of the naturally grown peppers. The Scoville rating for the Bhut Jolokia is 855,000-1,050,000 which puts it about 300 times hotter than a Jalapeno pepper.

This pepper is typically used as an ingredient in … Continue Reading

Mad Dog 357 Ghost Hot Sauce Review

It’s hard to ignore a bottle of hot sauce with an intense hologram on its label.  It’s even harder to over look it once your read the text (text that is set over silver, reflective skulls I might add) on the side of the bottle and its sweet nothings become imprinted in your brain: “Ever seen a ghost?  One taste of Mad Dog 357 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce and you will – your own!”  This ghost pepper edition boasts a full, hearty flavor that tastes of pine and has a sweet smell that doesn’t overpower your dining experience.  After tentatively dousing a baked sweet potato in the thick, syrupy sauce, my first coated bite revealed a serving of heat that was both immediate and all encompassing in flavor.  The sweet taste filled my mouth, and my dinner date deemed the sauce simply “physically hot” in its nature.  Continue Reading

Ultra Hot Mad Dog Ghost Pepper BBQ Sauce Review

As someone who religiously tops pizza with hot sauce and in turn dips the crust in barbeque sauce, Mad Dog’s Ghost BBQ Sauce and its promise to serve up an “intense BBQ experience” immediately intrigued me.  I’ve had a few run-ins with Mad Dog’s Original BBQ Sauce in my day, but I’ve also found myself toeing the line with the ghost pepper (or Bhut Jolokia) as of late, a pepper that has a history of providing a hefty dose of spice and has caused my eyes to tear up on more than one occasion.   Feelings about the ghost pep aside, Mad Dog has had my number for years, and it didn’t take a huge leap of faith for me to pour a generous amount of this new sauce on to my plate.  And “pour” is the optimal word here – after a good shake, the sauce flowed out from the bottle’s wide mouth with ease and pooled into a puddle next to my pizza.  There was nothing watery in the least about this sauce.  Continue Reading

Ghost Pepper Salsa Recipe

Our pepper lovers and chili heads are going to love this one.  There have been many requests for a spicy hot Ghost Pepper Salsa recipe that you can make easily at home. At Insane Chicken we carry a large range of hot sauces made with the Bhut Jolokia Pepper that you can use in a salsa if you do not have access to the pepper itself.

For those of you that dare to eat a salsa made with the Hottest pepper in the world, let’s give it a try!  * This salsa packs a LOT of heat so if you don’t … Continue Reading

Hot Sauce Dangers

Some people have questioned whether hot sauce or the hot peppers can be a danger to you. Peppers as a whole are not dangerous to you. They have plenty of vitamins and health benefits.  What can get to you is the Capsaicin. Capsaicin is potent oil, but there is no medical evidence that it is unhealthy for your body by consuming it in a sauce or in your food.

The effect you can get from this oil that is harmful to you is the burning from the oil found in very hot peppers like Habaneros, Ghost Peppers … Continue Reading

Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce Recipe

For our chili heads that love everything hot and hotter still, many of you have been asking for a simple to prepare Ghost Pepper hot sauce recipe that you can make at home. Here is a great one that you can make and use as a sauce for ribs or shredded pork. You can even use it as a mop sauce too.

When preparing this particular recipe, you want to protect your hands, eyes and skin while handling the hot ghost pepper so please wear an apron, goggles and gloves while handling these types of peppers.

2 cups of white vinegar
1 1/2 … Continue Reading

Peppers Prep Your for Fresh Soup

Many cooks have a favorite fresh pepper soups that they enjoy when the harvest of peppers starts coming in.  There are abundant recipes for roasted or regular pepper soups.  Here are some prep tips for you to get your favorite peppers ready for soup creation.

Preparation for Roasted Pepper Soups:

Roasted Peppers are great to use in fall and early winter soups and stews and we recommend that you combine sweet peppers along with hot peppers to get the right pepper flavor. Typical ratio is approximately 3/4 sweet and 1/4 hot peppers.

You will want to use ripe peppers that have been picked … Continue Reading

Dave’s Insanity Sauce Scoville Ratings

Dave’s Insanity Sauces Scoville Ratings
A growing interest in extreme hot sauces in particular can be dated roughly from the institution of the annual Fiery Foods and Barbecue Show in 1989. The original Dave’s Insanity Sauce premiered around 1993 and was one of the first sauces to be made directly from capsaicin extract, allowing it to be hotter than the hottest habanero-pepper sauces of the day. It was the only hot sauce ever banned from the National Fiery Foods Show for being too hot. It has been rated at 180,000 Scoville … Continue Reading

Bacon Hot Sauce Review

Bacon Hot SauceHello fellow Chili Head’s!
 

Life is good in our family home as our fertile vegetable garden is maturing and the anticipation grows of this year’s annual family sauce production/barbeque approaches.  Northern California can be a tough place for chili peppers to grow outside. Too much water and not enough incinerating heat can really slow fruit production. Fortunately for me, I have friends back east that are growing the new “Butch T” Scorpion Pepper (The new world’s hottest) and some Bhut Jolokia Peppers (The Worlds second hottest) and shortly I will be placing my … Continue Reading

Heartbreaking Dawns 1498 Trinidad Scorpion Hot Sauce

1498 Trinidad Scorpion Hot Sauce – The name 1498 comes from the year Columbus landed on Trinidad soil.

Check out these Ingredients: Trinidad Scorpion peppers, Scotch Bonnet peppers, cider vinegar, apricot preserves, blueberries, carrots, honey, onion, soy sauce, sea salt, garlic, ginger, & white pepper.

Yes, that’s right apricots and blueberries. To accent the burst of floral notes from the Scorpion Peppers they’ve created a full journey of flavors that includes Apricot, Blueberry and Carrot. This sauce reflects a full gallery of taste sensations, with a bold high heat, that will compliment every … Continue Reading

How to Sun Dry Your Own Chili Peppers

Pepper harvest will soon be on us and peppers can get a little prolific.  Here is a great way to sun dry and preserve your harvest for future use when the neighbors just won’t take any more from you.

Supplies Needed:

  • Baking Sheet or Small Clean Window Screen
  • Clean Bath/Beach Towels or Clean Bed Sheets
  • Vinyl or Plastic Gloves (for handling the chili peppers safely)
  • Paring Knife and a Cutting Board
  • Clothes Pins or Small Clamps

Rinse your chili peppers under cool running water and pat dry with a towel. Using a knife, slice open the chili pepper length-wise, without cutting through the other side of the … Continue Reading

Heartbreaking Dawns 1841 Ghost Pepper Sauce

InsaneChicken.com is new selling Heartbreaking Dawn’s 1841 Ghost Pepper Sauce.

Heartbreaking Dawn’s taking the hot sauce market by storm with their unique and very flavorful sauces and this Ghost Pepper Sauce is another great one.

If you are looking for a high quality ghost pepper sauce this is definitely one to try. It is a super hot sauce but it still has amazing taste.

How many sauces contain all-natural Pear and Apple? You have to try this sauce.
Buy Heartbreaking Dawns 1841 Ghost Pepper Sauce
 

Danny Cash Fallen Angel Ghost Pepper Wing Sauce

Wow!! If you enjoy a hot wing sauce then Danny Cash Fallen Angel Jolokia Ghost Wing Sauce may be for you.

This Wing Sauce has the distinctive taste of the Bhut Jolokia Pepper or as some call it the Ghost Pepper. The Ghost Pepper broke a world’s record on being the hottest pepper on the planet.

Now Danny Cash has infused this brutally hot pepper into his Fallen Angel Wing Sauce. If you enjoy a good Wing Sauce with a lot of heat then you have to try this one.
Buy Danny … Continue Reading

How to Use Fresh Peppers in an Asian Stir-Fry

The two most common types of fresh peppers you will find in an Asian stir-fry are the sweet green pepper and the hot chili pepper. When selecting fresh peppers for a stir-fry you want to select peppers that are free of blemishes and look for peppers that have a firm (not wrinkled) skin. When handling chili peppers make sure you protect your hands by wearing vinyl gloves.

To make an Asian Stir-Fry dish you really don’t need a recipe. You simply need a wok, some vegetable or olive oil, freshly chopped vegetables, chopped meat and some sauce or marinade. Stir-Fry’s are … Continue Reading

Satan’s Ghost Hot Sauce

Satan's Ghost Pepper SauceInsaneChicken.com welcome Satan’s Ghost Hot Sauce!

Merely the aroma of this tempting sauce will drive you insane with desire to give it a try, and once you do, you will find yourself overpowered by the debilitating grasp of Satan’s Ghost. Your body’s metabolism will go wild as it attempts to deal with this evil invasion, yet concurrently its outragious flavor keeps you grabbing more. Will you be the next one to experience the grip of Satan’s Ghost? This delivious sauce is produced with Ghost Peppers and Fire Roasted Habanero Peppers. It provides … Continue Reading

Top 10 Pepper Extracts

The key ingredient to Pepper Extracts is capsaicin and can be obtained only from chile peppers and in not any other plant, animal, or mineral. Detectable to the human taste buds to one part in one million, this formidable alkaloid is extracted from hot chiles as an oleoresin (thick oil) used in super hot sauces, pepper sprays and pepper extracts. Pure capsaicin is so potent that chemists who handle the crystalline powder need to work in a filtered “tox room” in full body protection. The suit has a closed hood in order to avoid breathing … Continue Reading

Hot Sauce is Not Just Hot Sauce

I know that is hard to believe but hot sauces are not all alike.  Sure they are made with vinegar and spice and all things nice, but just like any other food item, there is a large difference in many of them especially regional products like Mexican Hot Sauce or Asian Sauces.

Many people think that hot sauces are interchangeable but each one has its place within the type of food they were created for.  Take the hugely popular Tapatio Mexican hot sauce.  While this is actually a California brand, it is shipped … Continue Reading

Peppers Are Not Just For Lunch & Dinner

If you love peppers, then you know that peppers are not just for lunch and dinner. They can be enjoyed for snacks and for breakfast too!  Here are some thoughts on how to expand your enjoyment with peppers.

When it comes to using peppers in breakfast dishes, the two you will probably use the most are the green, yellow or red bell pepper and the hot spicy red chili pepper. If you like a sweet and mild pepper taste, use the bell pepper and if you want a spicy kick to your dish then use red chili peppers.

Breakfast: Peppers are wonderful … Continue Reading

Banjamin’s Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper “Elixer” Hot Sauce Review

It’s The Cure/Burn All!
Back in the 1800’s, whole communities used to look forward to attending the “traveling road shows” for not only the interesting and unusual entertainment, but for the exotic products that could only be found and purchased there.  Some might gather to see some colorful and dangerous animals from far away countries, while others may take a moment to gawk at some misshapen human that is portraying a strange skill or talent. But once you wade through all of that, one might see a huge crowd that has formed nearby. Pushing aside the spectators, you approach, only to see a man standing on top of his wagon preaching at a fevered pitch. “It’s the Elixir of the gods!” says the man. “It will cure all and best of all, I guarantee it!”  People are franticly trying to purchase his product. The promise of looking good, smelling good, tasting good, and most importantly, feeling good, is just to much for most people to pass up even 200 plus years later.

This is “Atomic Eh?” and I have found yet another product that I would like to share with you. The sale of “snake oil” or medicines of the eighteen hundreds have always fascinated me, and over the years I have collected quite a few of these bottles from the past. What was once contained in these bottles is not something I would highly recommend trying, but I have a spicy “atomic” product that I came across that I want to tell you about. Continue Reading

Drying Chili Peppers in Food Dehydrator

Drying chili peppers for use in food preparation or in crafts is a relatively easy process in your food dehydrator.  You will want to wear gloves when handling the peppers so that the capsaicin oil from the peppers doesn’t burn or irritate your skin. You should place your food dehydrator in a well-ventilated area with good air circulation because during the drying process the odor can irritate your eyes and nose. (use room fans if need be or use your dehydrator outside or in the garage). Once your peppers have been dried, they will be ready for you to use … Continue Reading

Vegetarian Chili Recipe

Ingredients:

  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 (28 ounce) can diced tomatoes with juice
  • 1 (8 ounce) can tomato sauce
  • 1 (6 ounce) can tomato paste
  • 1 (12 fluid ounce) can or bottle beer
  • 4 tablespoons chili powder, or to taste
  • 1 tablespoon mustard powder
  • 1 teaspoon dried oregano
  • freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 teaspoon ground cumin
  • 1/8 teaspoon hot sauce
  • 1 (15 ounce) can black beans, rinsed and drained
  • 1 (15 ounce) can garbanzo beans, drained
  • 1 (15 ounce) can pinto beans, drained and rinsed
  • 1 (15 ounce) can kidney beans, drained and rinsed
  • 1 (15 ounce) can cannellini beans, drained and rinsed
  • 1 (15 ounce) can whole kernel corn, drained and rinsed
  • 2 cups shredded Cheddar cheese

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Remedies for the Hot Pepper Afterburn

We love our peppers but sometimes even the best of us get that burning sensation after eating a super hot pepper dish or whole pepper. Our mouth and throat is on fire! Our face gets red and we start to sweat!!  There may be help for you! Here are a few remedies that can help cool down that afterburn going on inside.

* Drink Milk: If the heat is too much for you to stand try drinking a full glass of cow’s milk. (whole milk works best).

* Eat Ice Cream or Yogurt: Eating ice cream or yogurt after eating peppers may … Continue Reading

Pineapple Ghost Pepper Sauce Recipe

Ingredients:

  • 8 ounces pineapple, cubed
  • 2 ghost peppers
  • 1/2 small onion, 6 ounces cubed
  • 1/2 carrot, 3 ounces rough chopped
  • 1/2 ounce golden raisin, 1/4 cup
  • 2 cloves garlic, 1 ounce
  • 1/2 lime, zest and meat the white pith discarded
  • 1/4 ounce ginger, rough chopped
  • 1/4 teaspoon turmeric
  • 1/4 ounce cumin
  • 1/8 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/8 cup sugar
  • 1/2 tablespoon salt
  • 3/4 cup vinegar

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Hot Pepper Chart – Scoville Scale for Peppers

The Scoville scale is a measurement of the spicy heat (or piquance) of a chili pepper. It is named after its creator, American pharmacist Wilbur Scoville. His method, devised in 1912, is known as the Scoville Organoleptic Test. The number of Scoville heat units (SHU) in a particular pepper indicates the amount of capsaicin present. What is Capsaicin? It is a chemical compound that stimulates chemoreceptor nerve endings in the skin, especially the mucous membranes.   Have you ever eaten a really hot pepper and all of a sudden your nose starts running and your eyes tears up?  Well that is … Continue Reading

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