SPANISH (GIBRALTA) NAGA
The Spanish Naga Pepper, also know as the Gibraltar Pepper weighs in at a whopping 1,086,844 SHU with reports of it reaching over 1.2 million SHU. As a comparison, Jalapeño peppers are measured 10,000 max SHU. Created in Gibraltar by Chili Pepper Pete, it’s used in a number of painful hot sauces.
With a fruity, citrus-like aroma, the Spanish Naga packs a lot of sweetness with its heat. When you first bite into it, yeah, it’s going to be hot, they have a very savory, sweet taste to them.
The most common use for these peppers is in making hot sauces. They can also be used for cooking. This is usually done with either powders or flakes, although some will use them directly in their dishes for added heat. Chefs should remember that a little goes a long way, and not everyone can handle this level of heat.
Where can you find the Spanish Naga Pepper Pepper?
Spicieans… As with most of the Super Hots, I haven’t really been able to find these peppers anywhere online. As always, maybe growing these naughty little peppers is your best bet or to search locally.
Spanish Naga Pepper Recipes
These are not a lot of recipes out there specifically for the Spanish Naga Pepper… But remember that you can add a bit of any hot pepper that you love to almost any recipe. #Pimping
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Spanish Naga Sauces and Specialty Products
As with many of the Super Hots, there are not a lot of sauces and specialty items out there. Grab some seeds, grow these rascally puppies and Let’s Get Spicy!
Spanish Naga Pepper Seeds
There is nothing like growing your own Spanish Naga Pepper bombs!
|Spanish Naga Seeds @Ebay|