5 Unusual Products That Will Leave You Wanting More (Part 3)

  1. Bhut Jolokia – The World’s Hottest Pepper 

  1. The Bhoot Jolokia also known as Naga Jolokia, Ghost Chilli, Ghost Pepper, Naga Morich. It is a chilli pepper originating in Assam that has earned Guiness World Record recognition as the World’s Hottest Chilli Pepper. If you are adventurous and like spicy food you can try our range of super hot pickles with this chilli. Or if you want the real adventure – try the dried chilli itself. Be forewarned: Take a small bite only, and do keep water, yogurt and sugar nearby once the fires have been lit.

2. Aglio Olio Garlic Chilli Oil

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This is the ultimate hack for any Italian (or Indian, or Spanish or some many other cuisines!) dish. Simply put, this is an olive oil, infused with garlic and chilli with bits of the same. It is the perfect start to so many dishes, without the hassle of frying and chopping. Aglio olio? Check. Tomato based sauces and dishes? Check. Sauteing veggies? Check. Marinating? Check. We could go on and on but you get the gist! This has a permanent place on our kitchen shelves as a recipe starter, and a flavour adder.

     3. Orange Whiskey Marmalade

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Yes sure you can spread it on toast. But why stop there? There are so many other ways to get your jam (with an extra whiskey kick!) on:

  • Make your own fruit flavoured yoghurt
  • Bake some brie
  • Shake it into a cocktail
  • Top creamy desserts
  • Make stuffed French toast
  • Top creamy desserts/pancakes
  • Use it to make popsicles
  • Serve it along side cheese
  • Add it to salad dressing
  • Fill crepes
  • Make better biscuits
  • Put it on your cereal

4. Himalayan Pink Salt

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Salt is such a daily staple most of us don’t pay enough attention to it. Regular commercially available salt undergoes many chemical processes before it reaches your table. Why not switch to something more natural, flavourful and better for your body?

Himalayan pink salt is naturally occurring rock salt, filled with minerals that ordinary salt is devoid of. It is stronger in flavour, and healthier. In addition to natural salt, we also have flavoured salts with added taste like chilli, mint, garlic, mustard, hing, ginger and many more. These are perfect to pump up the flavour in any dish as a finishing touch, or even within one as a base. We love ours sprinkled over chaats and salads!

 

      5. Seabuckthorn Jam

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Seabuckthorn is a super fruit full of protein, vitamins, at least 20 minerals and healthy fatty acids. The leaves berries and roots can all be used in different forms. It is an ancient berry that naturally thrives in mountainous areas. Reap the benefits of this complete food that supports the body in many ways:

  • Cures infection
  • Improves eyesight
  • Eliminates skin rashes
  • Reduces Hunger
  • Slow aging process