Naga Ghost Pepper Sauce
WARNING! This sauce is incredibly spicy. Please eat it with caution! The notorious ghost pepper, known in India as the Bhut Jolokia, is so spicy that farmers hang bunches of the chilli on their fences to ward off herds of elephants. What is more, the spiciest of these chillies grow deep inside a politically volatile, militarised zone in North East India. The story of how we found the best chilli farms in the region is about as spicy as the chilli themselves! Use it like a traditional chilli sauce, but use it sparingly!
Nutritional Information: Typical value per 100g: Energy 347Kj 83Kcal, Fat 3.3g, of which saturates 2.2g, Carbohydrates 10g, of which sugars 4.1g, Protein 3.2g, Salt 5.2g
Ingredients: Water, onion, garlic, salt, ghost pepper (3%), spices, sunflower oil, acidity regulator (acetic a cid), thickening agent (xanthan gum) and preservative (potassium sorbate)