Top 10 Hottest Chili

22 07 2008

1  Naga Jolokia (855,000 – 1,041,427 SHU): Also called Bhut Jolokia (’ghost pepper’), this hybrid from India’s easter Assam region recently tested as the most potent chili in the world.
2 Dorset Naga (876,000 – 970,000 SHU): a relative of the Scotch Bonnet (see below), this exceptionally hot chili is named for its British county of origin.
3 Red Savina (350,000 – 577,000 SHU): This former world record holder is still claimed by some to be the world’s hottest chili. It is a variety of…
4 Habanero chile (100,000 – 350,000 SHU): Habaneros extract is used in Dave’s Insanity Sauce.
5 Scotch Bonnet (100,000 – 350,000 SHU): The name refers to the chili’s resemblance to a Tam o’shanter.
6 Jamaican Hot Pepper (100,000 – 200,000 SHU): As its name suggests, this variety hails from sunny Jamaica
7 Thai pepper (50,000 – 100,000 SHU): A variety of these grows Sydney’s Circular Quay public gardens. It is a source of late-night entertainment for drinkers, who add them to their hamburgers or eat them as a dare.
8 Malagueta pepper (50,000 – 100,000 SHU): A popular chili within Brazil, to the extent that ‘malagueta’ is synonymous with ‘hot peppers’ in Portuguese.
9 Chiltepin pepper (50,000 – 100,000 SHU): According to Wikipedia, this wild pepper is perhaps the ancestor of all modern chilis.
10 Cayenne pepper (40,000 – 90,000 SHU): This common pepper has been used for centuries as a digestive stimulant.





Burning Chili

22 07 2008

I know all the best chili beef recipes and I really know a thing or two about chili!!!

The world hottest chili is called Naga Jolokia.





Welcome to Burning Chili the blog

23 06 2008

This is my first post, on the Burning Chili blog.

on this blog will we discuss the chili history and experience a wold of the best chili recipes.

Welcome.








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