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Post by Sleep Of Ages » Mon Oct 26, 2015 6:19 am

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Post by ZeroGravityFuneral » Mon Oct 26, 2015 5:07 pm

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Re: Hot peppers

Post by Fletcher » Wed Sep 27, 2017 3:26 am

This stuff is amazing


From the chilli jam man website:

The Second Ultra Jam in the Signature Series. Firstly I made a ginger version of Yorkshire Dragon which makes it hotter and sharper. Then I mixed in Sichuan Pepper Corns before pouring over a bed of Bhut Jolokia flakes and pods in the same way as The Podfather. About 25 seconds in the Sichuan will give you a numb tingly sensation on your tongue which will then amplify the massive heat of the Jam… be very careful, it’s got more than a bit of a kick! In fact, up here at Chilli Jam HQ, we call this one ‘Chuck Norris in a jar!’

Ingredients: Tomato, Sugar, Red Wine Vinegar, Garlic, Ginger, Chillies (Bhut Jolokia, Birds Eye) (6.7%), Balsamic Vinegar, Sichuan Peppers. Poured over Bhut Jolokia Flake and Pods, and whole Sichuan Peppers.

Hot-o-meter: Off the scale!
The "Podfather" is made thus
I start with a layer of Bhut Jolokia flake, select 3 very ripe dried Bhut Jolokia pods, pour over boiling Yorkshire Dragon Chilli Jam, and cap with another layer of Bhut Jolokia flake. This Jam will infuse and grow stronger in time and at some point, there are 3 whole Bhut Jolokia pods in there, re-hydrated in this seriously hot Chilli Jam!
Should probably link his website if anyone is interested:

Not only are his sauces insanely hot, but they taste amazing too. A pile of cheese and crackers plus a selection of his sauces and I am set.

He also sells amazing spicy pork scratchings called Squealers.
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Re: Hot peppers

Post by Hellitrey » Mon May 07, 2018 6:02 am

I also prefer Cayenne peppers its my favorite <3

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Re: Hot peppers

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Re: Hot peppers

Post by WhiteWarlock » Sun Sep 16, 2018 12:25 pm

We have red chili peppers, jalapenos, & ghost peppers growing in our garden!
thanks for reminder... almost out of blood thinner... ummm mmmmm Sriracha

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Post by killing raven sun » Mon Sep 17, 2018 6:00 am

spoiledpussy wrote:
Thu Oct 17, 2013 4:12 pm
I make this hot sauce with dried new Mexican chilies, California chilies, Arbol, and japonese (red long hot chilis). Roast in a cast iron pan then soak til soft. Blend in food processor with fresh garlic, and sauteed onion and salt. Eat on everything. Oh this is HOT!
this will be much better with guajillo peppers, a unique flavor missing from most salsa(hot sauce)


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