Bhut Jolokia ( King Chilli Pods )
Weight : 25 grams
Bhut jolokia or Naga Mircha which is also known as Raja Mircha or bhoot jolokia in Assam is one of the most important ingredients of Nagaland and northeast Indian cuisine. It is one of the hottest chillies in the world with a Guinness World Record in 2007 being the world’s hottest chilli. Also known as Naga Chilli is used in abandon numbers specially in Nagaland, Assam and or to say almost entire North East India in different forms like- dried bhut jolokiya, bhoot jolokiya powder, bhut jolokia sauce, bhut jolokia pickle or just the raw one.
Namsesu’s dried bhut jolokiya has been cultivated and dried in Nagland using Natural and Organic method. These dried pods of King Chilli are of super fine quality without any chemical or added colour. They can be used in dishes you prepare like making pickle, used as chilli flakes or in powdered form. Looking to taste the hottest chilli then you are at the right place, go ahead and order to get it at your door step.
King Chilli is another name of Bhut Jolokia. As this variety if chilli is found in almost all state of North east India, it is known by different local name like Bhoot Jolokia in Assam and Naga Mircha or Naga chilli in some part of nagaland. Naga Chili is an integral part of the Naga People’s social life. Every year in Hornbill festival orginiser hosts a raw Naga Chili eating contest. It is also believed to have medicinal properties, such as being a circulatory stimulant, and used in the treatment for hemorhage, Atherosclerosis shock, etc.
In 2008, Nagaland received the GI certification and is part of the genus Capsicum in the Solanaceae family. It is the world’s hottest chili, and it is regularly ranked as the number one chili based on Scoville Heat Units (SHUs).