Peach Hot Sauce
This specially made peach hot sauce was originally created to celebrate a year of Sheffield Dragon being in business! But it was so popular that we decided to keep this powerhouse of a peach hot sauce around for a little longer!
Slow-cooked peaches and Naga Jolokia chilies. better known as the ghost pepper, make this a sweet peach of a hot sauce, but don’t be fooled it isn’t to be taken lightly! The sweetness of the peaches comes with back up in the form of some fire from the Naga Jolokia.
One of our customers favourites (as well as my own personal favourite!) this sweet treat always sells out first when we have a market. It’s unique blend of sweetness and heat makes this peach hot sauce one of our best!
It just works with everything and quite simply cheers me up on a bad day! I use about a bottle a week of this and it's my not-so-secret favourite from the range.
It will rescue a bad meal and make a good meal great...add to kebabs, use as a marinade, drizzle into a salad! Why not experiment and see what else a peach hot sauce pairs well with!
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Frequently Asked Questions:
How hot is Naga Jolokia?
Naga Jolokia, also known as the Ghost pepper, is an extremely hot chili pepper. The Scoville heat rating for Ghost peppers can range from around 800,000 to over 1 million Scoville heat units (SHU). This places them among the hottest peppers in the world, although they have been surpassed in heat by some of the newer super-hot pepper varieties such as the Carolina Reaper, the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion, and the Pepper X. It's worth noting that the heat of Ghost peppers can be very intense, so it's important to use caution when handling and consuming them.
How many Scoville Units is a Ghost Pepper?
The Scoville heat rating for Ghost peppers can range from around 800,000 to over 1 million Scoville heat units (SHU). This places them among the hottest peppers in the world.
How hot is a Ghost Pepper?
A ghost pepper is one of the hottest peppers in the world. It has a Scoville heat rating of over 1 million units, which is more than 400 times hotter than Tabasco sauce. To give you an idea of its heat level, it can cause intense burning and pain in the mouth and throat, sweating, and even tears. It is not recommended for those who are sensitive to spicy foods or have a low tolerance for heat.
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