CHILI OIL TYPE: YELLOW GHOST PEPPER
2-Oz dropper bottle size
A few drops of this chili oil will go along way! Ingredients are Canola oil, Super-hot peppers and salt (used to bring out the pepper flavor)! Slow-roast infusion, pure unfiltered with pepper pieces and seeds left in each bottle! (some bottles may or may not have seeds but all will have pepper pieces).
WHAT IS CHILI OIL USED FOR: The great thing about chili oil is its versatility: You can cook your food in it at the beginning of a recipe, use it at the end as a finishing sauce, or serve it as a condiment or dipping sauce on the table. Really, use it anywhere you need to spice things up—it'll do a lot more for your food than plain old hot sauce
Drizzle it over tomatoes. Chile oil takes the place of olive oil in this fiery take on a classic salad. ...use as a rub or marinade..... pour it on noodles. ...Spice up meats... Drizzle it on your pizza... Add a few drops to your sandwiches for a nice hot kick! Add a few drops to your Tortilla chips.... Spoon it over fried eggs.... Toss it with cucumbers.... Add it to pasta.... Add it to salad dressing.... Or on slaw.... Pair it with bacon.... many, many wonderful uses for chili oils!
ABOUT THIS PRODUCT: Hot peppers harvested from our Unique Creek Homestead gardens on September 1st 2021 and we are currently harvesting fresh pods daily from multiply pepper plants! Chili oil batch made Sept 4th, 2021 and is cold-stored until ready to ship. Shelf-life estimated at 6-month range, should be kept in fridge for longer life.
YELLOW GHOST PEPPER Chili OIL 2 Oz Dropper Bottle Hot Organically Grown Unique
ABOUT YELLOW GHOST PEPPERS: The Yellow Bhut Jolokia Pepper is a spicy yellow Ghost Pepper, which is among the World's Hottest Pepper! This wrinkled yellow pepper is 125 times hotter than a Jalapeno pepper! ... Ghost peppers can reach over 1,000,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU). The Yellow Ghost chili is wrinkly and pointy, has a fruity flavor, and is slender.
The Ghost Pepper measures at 1,000,000+ Scoville Heat Units. It offers some pretty intense heat. The hottest ghost pepper can be said to be 416 times hotter than even the mildest jalapeño pepper which should average about 5,000 Scoville Heat Units on the Scoville Scale.