I have done it. I have used the last of the ghost peppers to make Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce. I will definitely be getting ghost peppers again to create more incredible creations of creativeness, but yes, this is the last one for now. This sauce was inspired by the Mohawk Coq that I made last year for a friend, but I added a little twist in there and it turned out incredible. Hope you can handle it.
This hot sauce is good. Has a tangy smell and pairs well with pretty much anything you want some heat on. Try it in eggs or on your appetizers. As a dipping sauce or garnish. The bright orange colour is fantastic that way. Try this stuff today. There’s nothing better than homemade.
Just remember that this is a hot sauce and you are working with the second hottest peppers on the planet. Remember to wear gloves while working with the peppers. Use a non-porous cutting surface and do not touch any sensitive areas on your body while working with these peppers. Wash thoroughly with a grease removing soap like dish soap before handling anything.
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