Ghost Chili Pepper Powder

Otherwise known as Bhut Jolokia, the Ghost pepper was “bred” for heat… no really, this interspecific hybrid chili pepper was cultivated in Northeast India to great fanfare. Hotter than a habanero, but kinder than the Carolina Reaper, Ghost Peppers, this de-stemmed, ground, with pungent heat pepper is perfect for heat seekers.

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What is a ghost pepper?

Ghost peppers are native to India, but can also be grown in the United States. They are ideal for making hot sauces, for dehydrating into powders or chili flakes, or for chopping and cooking into larger meals, like pots of stew or pots of chili. Ghost pepper plants are perennial in zones 8 to 11, but can be grown as annuals in cooler climates.

How many Scoville units is a ghost pepper?

A ghost pepper measures in at 1,000,000+ Scoville Heat Units, offering up some intense heat. Depending on how it is used, the heat will not kick in for up to 30 – 45 seconds, making for a deep, slow burn. For comparison, it is 107 to 417 times hotter than a jalapeño.

Spiceology’s Ghost Chili Pepper Powder simplifies kitchen prep work and eliminates the need to handle these spicy devils. Available in large and medium sized containers, they are perfect for home cooks or pro chefs. Our ghost pepper powder is gluten-free, vegan and kosher certified.

Fun Fact: The Ghost Pepper was declared the World’s Hottest of All Spices by the Guinness World Book of Records in 2006, but was eventually dethroned by a new wave of super-hot chili peppers.