Visit any grocery store or food market and you’ll find a wide assortment of colorful chile peppers in various shapes and sizes. Despite, the name, not all peppers are hot and spicy. The pungency of chile peppers is measured using the Scoville scale. The amount of capsaicin in each chile is measured and assigned a Scoville Heat Unit (SHU) between 0 and 3 million. Milder peppers, such as bell peppers, are between 0 to 100 SHUs while the more fiery varietals, like Carolina Reaper, currently the hottest in the world comes in at 1.4 to 2.2. million SHU. A range is generally offered because even peppers within the same varietal can be spicier due to the number of seeds and individual growing conditions.
Chile infused sea salts offer a great way to add subtle or bold heat to your dishes. For a start, try them as a substitute to your favorite hot sauce on buffalo wings, eggs, fajitas, pasta, chili, salsa, nuts, and cheeses. With continued use, you’ll soon find new and exciting ways to incorporate them into your dishes. Inspiced offers five varietals of Chile infused sea salts with varying heat levels. We’ve included information about each to help you choose the one most suited for your tastes:
Our assortment offers something for every spice lover. For the truly adventurous, we offer a Heat Seekers Collectionwhich contains all five of our chile infused sea salts. What happens if you go a tad too spicy? The best remedy for a too-spicy bite is to follow it with a thick dairy product, such as sour cream or Greek yogurt, which neutralizes the capsaicin oil.
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