SRIRACHA || SAMBAL OLEK || PERI PERI || BHUT JOLOKIA
See-rotch-ah that how its pronounced. This hot Thai sauce hails from Thailand. According to the benchmark of all things spicy, the Scoville scale, Sriracha scores 2,200 points. The red jalapeño peppers used in the sauce lose nearly half of their spiciness in processing, which puts the sauce on par with Fresno and Anaheim peppers both of which are about as hot as their namesake cities. The founder, who was of Chinese descent, made the original version of Sriracha in Gerber baby food jars before immigrating to the US aboard the Huy Fong and restarting the business. The dragon on the bottles is the the Zodiac sign of its founder. The name comes from the small coastal Thailand town Si Racha. This sauce is ranked as the hottest sauce in the world.
If ever you are wondering what is Sambal Olek look no further. It’s an Indonesian chile paste, because it’s so flavorful and so simple—crushed raw red chiles, a little vinegar, and salt. It’s good as a condiment and is also good as an ingredient in cooked foodsSambal is a hot sauce or paste typically made from a mixture of a variety of chili peppers with secondary ingredients such as shrimp paste, fish sauce, garlic, ginger, shallot, scallion, palm sugar, lime juice, and rice vinegar or other vinegars. In our sauce we do not use shrimp and fish paste. yet the flavours are very much there and the sauce is 100% vegetarian. Chefs and home chefs all over are using this versatile chilli paste to enhance their creations
PERi-PERi, also known as the African Bird’s Eye Chilli, is the key to the legendary, Portuguese origin sauce. It’s grown in the African soil, so the magic starts from there. It tastes amazing, PERi-PERi chilli seeds are rich in Vitamins A, B, and C. They also have capsaicin, which enhances mood: your pupils dilate, your metabolic rate increases, and there’s a rush of endorphins when you consume it!. PERi-PERi is a natural preservative in a sauce sauces. We grow these chilies in Hot Gujarat on the farm and its as organic as possible. the sauce is ripe and hot and goes great with the famous chicken
Called by many names this chilli is one of the hottest in the Scoville count. Raja chilli, ghost chilli, Naga chilli. there are even challenges and competitions around eating this chilli raw and whole. It makes for a wonderful accompaniment to food and Asian cuisine especially those who love hot sauces to accompany them. The Bhut Jolokia is an interspecific hybrid chilli pepper cultivated in the Northeast Indian states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Nagaland and Manipur.