Friday, March 27, 2020

Your Turn

Hottest pepper you have tried or think you can handle.

36 comments:

Zebra Seasoning said...

I put habaneros in food, but I don't eat hot peppers by themselves.

Dorvannnn said...

Dr. Pepper

sandybrook said...

jalapenos are as far as I go, the hot ones, not the mild ones.

Natalie said...

@ Dorvannnn haha.

SwishyFishy said...

Ghost pepper. I'll try anything. I have yet to come across the Carolina Reaper or the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion, but I would try them...with caution. I had a co-worker that brought in peppers one day. She didn't know what they were, as her tenants planted them and offered them to her. She was afraid to eat them, but I tried. One of them was so hot my eyes were watering. The hottest food I ever ate was actually Korean. I have no idea when I ordered, but the burn was so bad I couldn't taste anything.

Gator said...

Jalapenos, and that was too much. I'm a real weenie when it comes to peppers.

Robyn S said...

i have habanero sauce, and i use it sparingly. that is as hot as i will go.

Cathy Howland said...

Scotch bonnet. The OUTSIDE of my face felt like it was on fire.

Tricia13 said...

I tried the Carolina Reaper.Its INSANE. Try at your own risk.

J said...

Love spicy, but habanero is plenty.

AuntBee said...

Habenero. It was painful.

Ann said...

I can do Habanero and I love spicy food.

PhillyWilly said...

I Love long Hots, nuked then sauteed in a little oil and garlic, Dago-style. I dice up a few habaneros in there to make them hotter. like swishy, ill try anything hot.

Troy Dyer said...

We did a ghost pepper challenge while traveling through Boise. It was worse the next day then during the actual challenge

Boogie Shooze said...

Jalapeños

La Morena said...

Serrano or poblano . I make salsa with 5 of these in it and strips of roasted poblano. It’s hot but I can handle it.

isaidso said...

Salt N Pepa

Kansa said...

None. I grew up eating Portuguese food and never even heard of piri-piri until I was more than 50 years old. No peppers in anything I eat.

mooshki said...

@Dorvannnn I'm with you! 😂

Sophia S said...

We have a habanero plant in the garden, along with some more palatable chillies. Habaneros are almost too hot for me.

Vita said...

Im not sure the hottest I've tried, but it was pretty mild on the scale of things. My tongue is numb and my face starts to sweat if a jalapeno's seeds aren't removed.

Funniest hot sauce name I saw in a store: Devil's Crotch😂

Large Marge said...

Pepper Anderson AKA Angie Dickinson's iconic lead in POLICE WOMAN

Aquagirl said...

Red Hot Chili Peppers

LaurenMaye said...

Part of my growing up years were with a Korean and a Vietnamese sister-in-laws, so I was introduced to Kimchi at a young age. (fresh, not fermented). Love that stuff! We grow Hobinaros, Cayenne, Dragon Peppers, Banana Peppers, Jalapenos, and Serrano's. Put one or the other in most dishes, or a hot drink with chicken broth and garlic, keeps us healthy.

RustyJ said...

Black pepper. LOL

italktothewind said...

Reapers...they're nice, pleasant afterburn, though I'll admit I've had Ghost peppers I've rated as being hotter.

The hottest sauce I've tasted yet was an anonymous Chinese thing, no indication as to what the peppers were, but it was seriously, seriously hot (one drop in a gallon of soup made it too hot for the rest of the family....so, all for me!), and it had such a pleasant afterburn, like a piquant hot battery acid..that bottle lasted me about a year and a half of careful use.

(I should add, I tend to use Jamaican hot pepper sauce - mostly made from scotch bonnets - the way other people use tomato sauce/ketchup...)

PhillyWilly said...

wow, Lauren, good stuff. I'm coming to your house some day for dinner.

Mischief Girl said...

Ground black pepper that's 10 years old (i.e. tasteless).

Truth!

Fifi LaRue said...

Forget the hot. Hatch green chilies. Addicting.

Kimelem said...

Loooove hot sauce. Food don't make sense w/out hot pepper. I crush habanero in my food! I desperately want to try da bomb and the last dab from hot ones!!

R. J. Anderson said...

Pepper Saltzman.

Sunkist said...

How the Habanero Pepper Got its Name. Habaneros are a variety of the Capsicum chinense species, which includes the 7-Pot varieties, the Bhut Jolokia, the Scotch Bonnet, and many others.

maggie may said...

Sgt. Pepper

PurplePuffin said...

I have tried ghost and scorpion peppers. Not a whole lot of fun. When I lived in the Caribbean, I ate Scotch Bonnet peppers in food all the time.

Ralph L said...

Toilet pepper

Unknown said...

Jalapenos, before I found out I was allergic to them.

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