The chili chili pepper It was around two years back that I was introduced to the Naga Jolokia pepper. I was working in the vegetable box industry and we had just come across a new green chili that was amazing. I had bought some 12 jars of this chili and set them up in our shop. I was instantly hooked. I cooked the hell out of that chili! I would wake up in the morning just to smell that gorgeous Naga Jolokia Pepper permeating the air carefully and selling like hot cakes. I could just sense everything. The first time I ate it, I instantly felt like my heart was going to explode. I had never tasted anything spicy like that before. And it tasted even better than it smell. สล็อตเว็บตรง
I had tried Lunacy in the past few years, Tabasco, and evenacho sauce(which I finally beat at my own connoisseur’s chili cookoff). But none of them could compare to what pure capsaicin does to this chili. If you like Donnie and Marie or any of the other hot sauces that are out there, you need to try this chili. I guarantee that you will love it. However, do you know what makes this chili so hot? Simply, it is the Naga Jolokia pepper.
A Few Different Others
Though I am going to concentrate on the Naga Jolokia for a while, I want to talk about chilies generally and mention a few others that are similar to it. The highest Scoville Units (S.U.) for chili comes from the Habanero pepper while the Naga Jolokia is slightly less hotter than the Scotch Bonnet. Other than the Naga Jolokia, I have tried the following chili and I must say that they are all very nice, though not my favorite:
Paprika- At least I think so
Jamaican Jerk Spice- Not as pungent as the Naga Jolokia
Jerkin Oregano- Spice thataly very well
Onionroot- You will lose the water in the making of this chili
MassPork- Many consider this the Naga Jolokia
Chicken- I have tried chicken with different handlers and everyone has said that it is a very nice chicken
Beef- Here are a few words about beef. It is good with wine.
Veal- A few people have said that this is a very nice veal.
Fish- I have tried fish with both the TesticleBuffet and theackoff pack. The south and south central Europeans seem to like this fish.
versions or truffles, mushrooms, etc.
Anardana- Paprika, here used in the Jolokia chili
Bitter Orange- Orange used in the Naga Jolokia chili
Caramel Orange- Not often used but it is a great tasting chili
Chipotle (which is a common name for Taco Bell’s Southwestern Chicken Sandwich and is a trademark of Ballren’s Taco Bell)
Shrimp, Rainbow Trout, Skipjack
Silverside Garnish- Caramel, Chocolate and Anise
Jalapeno and Pineapple Salsa
Hawaiian Holiday Plate- Fish, shrimp and noodles
Hong Kong Noodles
Noodles with Strawberry Sauce or Mango Peach Spice
incompatible Restaurants – Do some research and try to visit a restaurant that specializes in makes the same food mentioned above.
Yet another Restaurant – Do a little research and visit the ethnic restaurants that make the food mentioned above.
We could go on and on and on. The point is this; you don’t just have to eat Nachos and Fajitas (or whatever other ethnic dish is popular in the USA) in a restaurant. You can get dishes that suit your palates and your families likes in your own home. Replace ingredients and create new flavors while using the food from the restaurant. Add a little adventure into your cooking and eat to your health and happiness.