IT’S FLAMINN’ HOTTT!!! The Ghost King Chilli Powder is here! Fire up your meals with the Guinness World Record-hitting Bhut Jolokia Chilli Powder ~ The hottest chilli powder in India and one of the hottest in the world. Calling all spice lovers and food adventurists to take on the challenge of savouring this deliciously intense chilli bomb to flavour your meals. With a Scoville value of over 1 million, just a little goes a long way. Use it in your curries, homemade hot sauces and rubs and blow your mind with a spice that gets the heat rolling… trust us, you won’t be disappointed.
Raja Mirch Akhuni / Axone
(Traditional Nagaland Bhut Jolokia and fermented soybean chutney)
Prep time – 10 mins
Fermented soybean – 1 cup
Mustard oil – 1 Tbsp
Chopped ginger – 1 tbsp
Grated garlic – 1 tbsp
Pahari roots’ Bhut Jolokia Chilli Powder with Flakes – ½ tbsp.
Salt to taste.
Take a wok and heat the mustard oil in the pan
Add the ginger- garlic to fry (Stir quickly to avoid burning)
Add the fermented soya bean
Add salt to taste.
Keep stirring on medium flame till a paste.
Add the Bhut Jolokia powder to the pan and stir (Cover face to avoid spice fumes)
You can add extra red chilli powder at this point for colour ( not too much)
Or add 1 tomato puree to milden the taste.
Stir for 5-6 minutes till well incorporated.
Your spicy bhut jolokia pickle is done!
Serve as a side with hot rice or meat.
Bhut Jolokia Chicken Curry
Prep time – 45 mins
- Chicken thigh fillet (cut into bite-size pieces) – 1kg
- Tomato puree – 1/2 cup
- Pahari Roots Bhut Jolokia chilli powder – ½ tsp
- Cooking oil – 3 tbsp
- Ginger & garlic paste 1 heaped tbsp
- Crushed coriander seeds – 1 tsp
- Turmeric powder – 1/2 tsp
- Coriander leaves – handfull, chopped
To prepare Ghost Pepper Chicken Curry Recipe:
- Heat the cooking oil in a deep pan
- Add 1 Tsp of cumin seeds and stir
- Add the chopped onion, and saute for a few seconds
- Add ginger-garlic paste and saute until the onions become brown at the edges
- Add 1 tsp of crushed coriander seeds
- Add 1 tsp of Red chilli powder and ½ tsp turmeric powder
- Then add ½ tsp of Bhut Jolokia Chilli Powder
- Add chopped coriander leaves and saute for 2 minutes
- Add the chopped chicken (or meat substitute) and stir
- Add the tomato puree and ½ tsp garam masala
- Cook with lid on a medium flame for 20 mins, stirring occasionally.
- Add more coriander as garnish.
- Your Bhut Jolokia Chicken Curry is ready! Serve as a side with steamed rice.