Many chefs use Carolina Reapers peppers in hot sauces; be careful not to overdo it since these peppers can be very potency.
Calloway hosts competitions where participants try to consume as many peppers (chewing first; whole swallowing is dangerous) in one minute as possible – which can be painful! The pain experienced from such feats cannot be imagined.
Add Carolina Reaper pepper for an authentic Cajun pasta experience, creating a delectable twist. Its spicy pepper delivers an exciting new dimension of flavor against the creamy sauce and hearty pasta texture.
Dave’s Gourmet has created a tantalizing sauce using black garlic and Carolina Reaper extract for an intense, full-bodied experience that is certain to test anyone’s heat threshold. Scoville Heat Unit ratings of 9/10 ensure it will push the boundaries of even your tolerance levels!
Use these tasty flakes in marinades, dips, spreads and salad dressings; as well as roast vegetables, pizza toppings or grilled meats. Be cautious in using too much at once since too much heat could overwhelm a dish! Additionally, have dairy products on hand to counteract capsaicin in peppers; when working with peppers of any sort make sure gloves are worn to protect hands from the capsaicin; additionally always prepare food in an area with adequate ventilation in order to avoid inhaling harmful fumes!
If you love margaritas, give this Reaper-inspired version a try! Muddle mint leaves, lime wedges, and Reaper flakes together with simple syrup in a glass before topping with ice and white rum for an enjoyable beverage that packs a fiery kick! It makes an exciting cocktail!
The Carolina Reaper pepper’s intense heat can last up to several hours in your mouth, so drink milk, enjoy some bread or starchy food such as potatoes to help alleviate its intensity. Reaper powder, flakes and sauce can be purchased at specialty hot pepper stores or online.
Dave’s Gourmet takes an ambitious approach with their Reaper hot sauce, emphasizing its fieriness. The sauce features an intriguing combination of fruity sweetness and subtle heat before finishing off with black garlic’s added touch of spicy bite. Check price.
Using Carolina Reaper pepper can add a major punch to any meal if used appropriately. Spice up soups and broths, chili, grilled meats, chips and snacks by incorporating its spicy goodness. Chopped or pureed Carolina Reaper whole pods can even be blended together to form fiery hot sauce.
Pepper flakes can also be made using fresh or dried chilies, providing controlled heat levels in recipes such as pasta or pizza.
Make this tasty garlic bread using some delicious roasted reaper flakes mixed with softened butter, spread on a baguette, rustic sourdough loaf or an Italian loaf and bake until golden and crunchy! Make sure to wear gloves when handling capsaicin-containing flakes; they contain capsaicin that could burn your skin! Also ensure there is adequate ventilation if cooking on either the grill or in an oven so fumes don’t accumulate – this delicious garlic bread recipe will satisfy even those who love spicy food!
This sauce offers an intriguing combination of blueberries and blackberries mixed with various peppers for an irresistibly flavorful blend of heat and fruity sweetness. Though milder than other options on our list, its intensity of heat will still delight your senses!
Roasted Carolina Reaper salsa makes an irresistibly flavorful topping for tacos, chips, sandwiches and more. Plus it makes an amazing gift idea for carnivores or chili lovers!
To prepare this dish, combine 8 ounces of Carolina Reaper peppers with one head of garlic with its skin removed and some salt until they start to char. When handling such hot peppers, always wear gloves due to fumes released as they cook and ensure the area in which you’re working has enough ventilation. Once they have cooled enough for handling, place them into a food processor or blender with vinegar and seasonings as directed above.